IPL 2019: Everyone Is A Human – Sourav Ganguly On MS Dhoni’s Argument With Umpire
Despite the match being a thriller, it was MS Dhoni’s walk into the middle, which has become the headliner across the globe. The former cricketers across the world and the analysts expressed their opinions out on the disturbing scene. Meanwhile, the latest to join the bandwagon is former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly.
It was in the final over of the game when the incident took place. Ben Stokes bowled a waist-high full toss, which was declared ”No-ball” by the straight umpire. In between, the leg-umpire Bruce Oxenford hesitated to adjudge it the same. Meanwhile, the other umpire in the field also withdrawn from calling it a no-ball.
In between, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who spotted the error, walked to the middle of the ground to argue with the umpires alongside the batsmen Ravindra Jadeja and Mitchell Santner. However, there was nothing much change in the decision despite his outburst.
MS Dhoni’s competitiveness is remarkable – Sourav Ganguly
Speaking of MS Dhoni’s incident, the former skipper Sourav Ganguly quoted that even MS Dhoni is a human-being and such type of things do happen. However, he wants to speak about the competitiveness displayed by MS Dhoni, which was remarkable.
“Everyone is human. What stands out is his competitiveness. It’s remarkable,” was all Ganguly said when Cricketnext asked about the controversy.
On the win against Kolkata Knight Riders:
Delhi Capitals managed to win two out of two in the tournament against Kolkata Knight Riders. Speaking of the same, Ganguly quoted that it is pleasing for the team to beat such a top-class side on both occasions.
“Two out of two against such a good team is outstanding. I am very satisfied,” he said. Delhi had also won the first-leg at home. Everything at Eden is special. This is the best ground, the best pitch in the country.”
As Sourav Ganguly said, the competitiveness shown by MS Dhoni was brilliant against the Rajasthan Royals. Meanwhile, Delhi Capitals got the timely victory on their side to make things fall in place for them. The performance of Shikhar Dhawan would be a pleasing sight for the team.
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