Mahendra Singh Dhoni

We have to think beyond security concerns, says Dhoni

Tamil NaduChennai, Dec 10 : Indian cricket captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said that the team has to think beyond security concerns.

Talking to media here ahead of the first test of the two-match series against England, he said that security people are doing their job and players need not be bothered about it.

India to go with full strength in third ODI against England, says Dhoni

Mahendra Singh DhoniKanpur, Nov 19 : Indian cricket captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said that his team will go with full strength in the third One-day International (ODI) against England to be played in Kanpur on Thursday.

Addressing a news conference after the net practice session at the Green Park stadium, the venue of the match, Dhoni said, there won''t be much experimentation in the selection of players for the third ODI.

Toss important in the second one-day against England: Dhoni

Toss important in the second one-day against England: DhoniIndore, Nov 16 : Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said that the toss will be very important in the second one-day match against England.

India would be playing its second One-Day International match against England in the seven match series on Monday in Indore of Madhya Pradesh.

Dhoni warns team to guard against complacency after Rajkot wi

Indore, Nov 16 : Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said that after thrashing England by 158 runs in the first match in Rajkot, his team would have to guard against complacency when they take on the tourists in the second cricket one-dayer here tomorrow.

“We are always wary of becoming complacent because if we lose then we will be criticised that we were overconfident. We are always focused on what needs to be done,” Dhoni said while speaking to reporters here this afternoon.

Dhoni felt the wicket prepared for the tie at the Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association''s Stadium would not be a shirt-front like the one on which the Indian batsmen feasted on the hapless England attack.

Dhoni leaves door ajar for Gambhir

Mahendra Singh DhoniNagpur, Nov. 5 : New Indian cricket captain Mahendra Dhoni continues to maintain that there is a possibility for opener Gautam Gambhir to still play in the final Test against Australia here, in spite of his appeal against a one match ban being rejected.

Dhoni said he was "almost sure" that Gambhir would be replaced by debutant Murali Vijay, but left the tiniest bit of room for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to take the law into their own hands following the overnight assertion that they would not recognise the verdict of the ICC appeals commissioner, South African justice Albie Sachs.

Kumble sees bright future for Indian cricket under Dhoni

Kumble sees bright future for Indian cricket under DhoniBangalore, Nov 4 : Former Indian Test skipper Anil Kumble sees a bright future for Indian cricket under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who succeeded him.

"Dhoni has done exceptionally well and we have a very able leader in him,” Kumble told a news conference in Bangalore, his hometown, on Monday.

“I think the time was right for me to move on and the Indian cricket is definitely in good hands and the team looks pretty set to become number one in all forms of the game," added Kumble.

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