Australian cricketerBen Ding has expressed his desire to be like former Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhani. That said, Dhani is the number one wicketkeeper batsman to date. He would be very happy if he became 5 percent like her. The former Indian captain announced his retirement from international cricket on August 15 last year.
Australian cricketer Ben Captain is impressed by School Dhani’s calm nature and match-fixing skills. He said Dhani has an amazing art of finishing matches. He led the match to victory in a situation that was not even possible to think about. The two expressed a desire to be like him in the way of Dhani.
“I think Ms. Dhani is the number one wicketkeeper-batsman I’ve ever seen,” said Ben. The kind of game he showed up for so many years was pretty amazing. The records they have made are all about them. ”
Dhani is the only captain in the world to have won three major ICC titles. The Indian team won the ICC T20 World Cup in 2007 under the captaincy of Dhani and won the ODI World Cup in 2011. In 2013, Team India won the Champions Trophy by defeating England in a thrilling final.
“He was so calm as if he had snow in his veins, he could reach a place in any match where it was almost impossible to win the match. On such occasions he somehow won the match. He would be very happy if I had to play exactly 5 or 10 percent of Ms. Dhani. ”