BCCI are crossing the international cricket rules by playing with official and unofficial skipper for India in the same XI. Fun apart. How cool it is for an Indian supporter to watch MS Dhoni escorting fielders on the field. The way he did during the matches was recorded in the stump mic and the chants were always the sweet tonic for the fans of the calm customer, MS Dhoni.
Bahut Badiyaa…, Cheeku do-teen Jan Ko Idhar Chod de (MSD to Virat), Yaha Sey Karna De Joh Karna Hey, Yeh ball Acha Hey Iske Liye Beech Beech Mey, Har Theesra ball Ek Dal Sakta Hai , Bahut Badiya, Kedu, Bahut Badiya, DK (Dinesh Karthik)… these are few recordings during matches but in between Kuldeep Yadav reveals one interesting conversation between him and MS Dhoni.
In a show named What the Duck hosted by the notable humourist, Vikram Sathaye, Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal spoke their heart out. In one of that conversation, Kuldeep Yadav revealed how MS Dhoni lost his cool on him while adjusting the field placements.
The Sri Lankans got off to a great start and were in a strong position. Dhoni suggested him to remove the cover fielder, push him deep and bring the point fielder up. Kuldeep Yadav told that he was fine with the current field. That’s when Dhoni yelled at and said, ”Kya main pagal hu yaha pe, maine 300 ODI khela hu’ which translates to ‘Do you think I’m mad? I’ve played 300 ODIs’,” said the 23-year-old on the show ‘What the duck’.
However, both the Wristies has been sensational for India in limited overs format with their brilliant spells. Both the wrist spinners played a big hand in India’s triumph in the recently concluded ODI series against South Africa where they scalped 33 wickets in the six matches. It is noted that both the Wristies are not afraid to pitch the ball up to the batsmen and they take it as a challenge when the batsmen try to take them on.
With the crucial ODI series against England is set to come, Virat Kohli is hopeful of his spinners doing the work for the team. Kuldeep Yadav already snatched a five-wicket haul in the T20I match hile Chahal was impressive in controlling run-rate.
Both the wrist spinners played a big hand in India’s triumph in the recently concluded ODI series against South Africa where they scalped 33 wickets in the six matches. It is noted that both the wristies are not afraid to pitch the ball up to the batsmen and they take it as a challenge when the batsmen try to take them on.