”Tennis-Ball Cricket” Behind MS Dhoni’s lightening Fast Glovework
It has been a brilliant show from Mahendra Singh Dhoni on the other day at Cheppauk Stadium. Not only with the bat but also MS Dhoni showed his class with the wicket-keeper gloves. Meanwhile, he revealed that Tennis-Ball cricket has given him sharp skills behind the stumps.
Last night, Mahendra Singh Dhoni pulled out an astounding stumping of Chris Morris, which was quickly followed by the stumping of Shreyas Iyer. Meanwhile, in the post-match presentation, MS Dhoni highlighted the Tennis Ball skills, which helped him in making things fall in place.
Important to stick to the basics – MS Dhoni
Speaking of the wicket-keeping work, Mahendra Singh Dhoni quoted that the certain individual needs to concentrate on the basics right and then graduate to the next level of the game. He believes that the mistakes should not let the confidence in the person go down irrespective of how poor the result was.
”It’s something that has come from tennis ball cricket (When asked about his glovework). Still you need to do the basics right and then graduate to the next level. If you want to keep like that, you may commit a lot of mistakes. It’s important to stick to the basics,” MS Dhoni said.
However, it has been a brilliant show from MS Dhoni during the game against Delhi Capitals. He was remarkable with the bat and those stumpings of Chris Morris and Shreyas Iyer will remain in the top bracket of MS Dhoni’s masterful stumpings.
Coming to the last night game, it was MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings, who completely dominated the show at Cheppauk. Firstly, it was Suresh Raina, who played a brilliant knock, later, it was MS Dhoni’s stunning finish, which helped them finish the innings with a big tally on the board.
In reply to the chase, Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer looked solid in the middle but the majestic spell from Imran Tahir changed the complexion of the game within a quick time.
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