India’s World Cup winning captain, MS Dhoni is still concerned about what all had happened to him in the past.
During his recent media interaction, the Captain Cool did reveal that he was once in danger of getting dropped from the Indian Cricket Team.
When Dhoni was asked to pick up the favourite moment of his career, he replied : “I’ll be slightly partial when I have to choose something like that, because current memories are always your fresh memories, you tend to pick the ones that happened recently so I tend not to pick such instances that I can say ‘ok these were my favourite moments’,” Dhoni said.
Mahi also that if hasn’t scored a match-winning knock of 148 runs against Pakistan in 2005 during the fifth ODI of his career, he could have lost his place in the team.
“I exactly don’t know how I felt when I scored 148 against Pakistan. I know, I was very excited. I knew if I had not scored in that game there was very good chance that I would have been dropped from the team, it was my fifth game. Now after 10 years or 12 years, it’s very difficult to exactly go to that point and say ok this is what I was feeling,” Dhoni said.
India’s limited overs skipper also said that from team’s point of view, it is difficult for him to point out a particular title as the best of his career.
T20 World Cup 2007, World Cup 2011, Champions Trophy 2013 and other series win, all are great achievements which are held in high esteem by the fans.
Here’s a short clip of MS Dhoni’s interaction with the media:
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