The way Mahendra Singh Dhoni lifted the spirits of Indian team is undeniable and priceless. Indian squad garnered world cups in all formats under his guidance. Thanks to the man of impossibilities, with more than 12 years of experience in One-Day International Cricket, MS Dhoni has learned the ever existing tactics and possibilities in cricket.
His being cool and attentive nature is all that deserves a sound applause. Even after signing off the captaincy, Dhoni still indirectly in guiding Indian players in many ways. There are a plethora of moments when he is seen directing the bowlers and suggesting the other teammates in multiple ways.
It is pretty clear that Kohli is so far at his best in learning some ground-breaking things from the former captain. We had earlier seen many times, Dhoni guiding his teammates standing behind the stumps. The stump microphones had managed to catch the former skipper’s words several times and the fans are surely loving the way he is helping the bowlers.
No doubt, the current Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli is a very decent man, but at times, he can’t help but speak bad words. In the ongoing Test match between India and South Africa, Virat was caught on stump mic swearing “Shaam Tak Khelenge, Inki G***D Fat Jaegi” which roughly translates to “If we play until the evening they are F****D.”
He said these words when India had scored 80/2 against the hosts on the 2nd day of the second Test. South Africa had scored 335 runs in the first innings and India was trying hard to play through day 2 without losing any more wicket. Murali Vijay and KL Rahul played well, but sadly, Rahul’s wicket was picked up too soon.
Soon, Rahul was followed by Pujara in the very next ball. After two quick dismissals, Murali Vijay and Kohli ruled the pitch and stabilized things. That’s when Kohli told Murali Vijay to play till evening without losing another wicket.
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But Vijay couldn’t do what his captain said and got out soon. Even Rohit Sharma, Parthiv Patel walked back to the pavilion soon after they came out to bat. On one hand, wickets are falling, but on the other hand, we have our Kohli who is standing firm on the other end.