MSD was & will always remain a true warrior , a true match winner & fearless natural leader . His cool headed approach , his rational decision taking ability , his capability to handle pressure situations , his ability to read the game & act , his strategies were absolute phenomenal . Just look at his ability to rotate the strike which is very important in 50 overs game , just see his running between wickets , his stumpings with lightening speed . Even opponent team players use to get stunned , that how we lost the game so quickly from a comfortable situation ??
Now he must continue upto WC 19 . Its not easy for anyone to step into MSD's big shoes . Viraat , no doubt is excellent but now will be over burdened with captainship of all the three formats . Do we have keeper batsman who can replace MSD ?? NO , we do not have - - SIMPLE - -
Re: Re: MSD WILL ALWAYS BE MISSED
by Gladyschellam on Jan 05, 2017 03:34 PM
Just to criticise Dhoni anything anybody can tell but he is the captain who has taken Indian Cricket to No.1 spot in all format which India never achieved earlier. In fact the present Cricketers have been trained - moulded Jadeja, Aswin, Virat. He is the best captain ever India has produced - next best to the world's captains ever. His record speaks. His failure rates is the lowest ever in India - His successor seems to be looking good as of date - At the end of his career only history could speak. What M/s Shilpa Mehta said is exactly true as per cricketing terms which all cricketing commentators used to comment while he plays.
Let any other Indian captain first achieve what MSD has achieved & than we can compare both the players , not before that .
If media or any one on discussion board feels that MSD was over hyped & should retire than they are not capable to understand or judge a player nor the game . Always respect those who has brought laurels to the nation . ( Like Sachin )
This simply reflect the greatness of a very successful captain and person overall . We must salute him for his valuable contributions to enhance the image on Indian cricket and glory. Better not to discuss his personal decision. Jai Hind.