The English media has framing the Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni as a villian in the entire “Push-gate” Controversy between India all rounder Ravindra Jadeja and England’s fast bowler James Anderson.
After both the players have been not guilty in this incidence, the English Media is trying to defame MS Dhoni by quoting that the Indian Captain himself created a incident between the two players trying to make the case to force a ban.
The English media have said that MS Dhoni brought up pressure on ICC by bringing level 3 charges on Anderson without even contacting his board which indeed was a waste of money & time. After Jadeja was fined to a Level 1 offence after been charged on Level 2, Dhoni in a press conference, the day before the begining of third test, backed his player saying that he didn’t try to harm anyone. Matt Prior and Ben Stokes played a crucial role in penalising Jadeja after they said that Jadeja acted rudely with Anderson.
The media ruled that effort from Dhoni in backing his player as hurtful.
The Guardian framed this judgement as England’s win over India saying, “India suffered their second humiliating defeat in as many days, and England enjoyed their second morale-boosting triumph“.
They admit that this reaction from Dhoni has been a humilitating one as they tried to force a player’s ban by claming a Level 3 offence where no independent witnesses and no video evidence were spotted.
They are now waiting for him to talk over the official verdict of this spat hoping that Dhoni would be offering his official response at captain’s press conference at Old Trafford the day before the Test on Wednesday.