On Sunday night, MS Dhoni leading India will play against Australia at Mohali in the do or die match at the Super 10 stage (Group 2) in WT20 2016.
Before the match, on Saturday Dhoni once again attacked with his words to the media, who were covering Team India’s training session.
After the team finished to playing football, Dhoni asked the media persons, “cricket kheloge?” (would you like to play cricket?).
After that, Dhoni added, “Agar tum khel sakte, toh tum yahan hote aur hum wahan.” (If you could play cricket, you would be on the field while we would where you are).
However, Dhoni’s relation with the media is not good enough. Recently in WT20 2016, Dhoni fired up on a media person during the India-Bangladesh post-match press conference.
In that press conference Dhoni was asked by a media person, “Before the match, we were talking about a big win so that India can improve our net run-rate but look at how we just about managed to win. How satisfied you are with such a win?”
Dhoni got angry on that question and replied, “I know you aren’t happy that India won today.”
The reporter tried to explain but Dhoni didn’t let him speak, “Listen to me. Hearing you, your tone and your question, it’s clear that you aren’t happy that India has won. And when talking about a cricket match, there’s no script. It’s not about the script.”
Dhoni further added, “You have to analyse that after losing the toss, what was the reason that we couldn’t make many runs on that wicket. If you aren’t analysing these things sitting outside, then you shouldn’t ask this question.”
Before beginning of the Asia Cup T20 2016, Dhoni also got angry on the reporters when they asked him about his retirement.
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