New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson referred to as MS Dhoni a “special individual,” saying that he’s very targeted on the sport with out being distracted.
MS Dhoni and Kane Williamson throughout India’s tour of New Zealand in 2014. (Reuters Photo)
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New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson and India wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik heaped wealthy reward on MS Dhoni, hailing him for his calmness on and off the sphere.
MS Dhoni’s cool manner and poker face in robust, stress conditions has turn into a part of cricketing folklore. It was Dhoni’s cool and composed nature that made him an icon with India’s youth.
“You might finish a series and try and have a quick chat and find the secret, but he seems to take it in his stride and appreciate the game. He seems to remember what is important and not get too caught up with some of those things that may be distracting, very focused on what’s important, but a special individual,” Kane Williamson informed Star Sports’ present Cricket Connected.
Karthik additionally highlighted Dhoni’s attitude, which in his view has been the identical since 2004 when the 2 have been a part of India A squad for a tri-series in Zimbabwe.
“In 2003 or 2004, when I went for my first A tour with him, he was pretty much an easy going, chill, relaxed character and that’s what you see as well. The only difference is that there’s a lot more white hair now, but inside, he’s pretty calm. I haven’t seen him get angry that often or I haven’t seen him express his anger explicitly outside too often. So, he’s been pretty much the same,” Karthik informed on the identical present.
Dhoni has not performed worldwide cricket since India’s World Cup semi-final defeat towards Williamson’s New Zealand. Even as speculations are rife about his future within the sport, the World Cup-winning former captain has maintained a low profile, retaining mum about his plans.