Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Dhoni blames wrong execution of his last ball for T20 defeat against Windies

Dhoni blames wrong execution of his last ball for T20 defeat against Windies

Lauderhill (Florida) [USA], Aug.28 : After losing the opening T20 of the two-match series against West Indies by a whisker, India's limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has admitted that it was his wrong execution of the last delivery from Dwayne Bravo which led his side down here at the Central Broward Regional Park in Launderhill, Florida.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni urges Team India to 'enjoy' long Test season

Mahendra Singh Dhoni urges Team India to 'enjoy' long Test season

Bengaluru: Mahendra Singh Dhoni's short yet stirring speech had a simple message for his teammates ahead of a busy season beginning with the West Indies tour: "It is important to have fun while you playing and if you back each other, success will follow you eventually".

Dhoni's pep talk came after the Indian cricketers enjoyed a 45-minute'drum bonding' session alongside a bunch of musicians on Sunday.

India's limited overs captain will not be part of the 17 Tests, including 13 at home, this season but his words were music to the ears for the youngsters in the room.

Exceptional bowling performance made Zimbabwe tour look easy: Sanjay Bangar

Exceptional bowling performance made Zimbabwe tour look easy: Sanjay Bangar

Harare, June. 22 : Showering praise on his inexperienced bowling line-up, interim India head coach Sanjay Bangar has said the Zimbabwe tour seemed like an easy series because of their nearly flawless performance which left the hosts defenceless.

A second-string Indian side, under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, had maintained a complete stronghold over Zimbabwe throughout the tour, claiming a 3-0 whitewash over the hosts in the preceding one-day international series.

India look to bounce back, Zimbabwe eye rare series win in second T20

India look to bounce back, Zimbabwe eye rare series win in second T20

Harare, June 20 : Having lost the first T20 in a thrilling encounter, India will look to level the three-match series when they would take on Zimbabwe in the second T20 here today.

The hosts, who put up a spirited show on Saturday, did not just help them turn the gloomy affairs of the home series against India, but also added a bit of spark to an otherwise dull looking series.

The men in blue, who looked completely unchallenged in the 50-over format, walked into the shortest format with the confidence of repeating their stellar performance.

Leander Paes, Indian cricketers to raise funds for cancer victim, deceased's family

Leander Paes, Indian cricketers to raise funds for cancer victim, deceased's fam

Kolkata: India's sporting heroes Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Sourav Ganguly and Leander Paes have come forward to support cancer patient Bapi Majhi and the family of deceased Alip Chakraborty.

Majhi is a die-hard Mohun Bagan supporter whereas Chakraborty was an East Bengal supporter. A fundraising charity auction for the cause will be held on Saturday.

India's limited overs captain Dhoni has donated his wicket-keeping gloves and pads for the auction, which is being organised by xtratime. in, for the treatment of Majhi.

Dhoni has also wished a speedy recovery to Majhi.

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