Irfan Pathan recalls an incident when ‘Captain Cool’ lost his calmnewstolive - May 13, 2020 71 0 COMMENTS
New Delhi: Former Indian cricket workforce captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni aka ‘captain cool’ is known for his calm and affected person nature. During his captaincy days, the cricketer confronted many tough conditions and was seen strolling with a smiling face even after shedding the sport.
With his good choices and composed actions, Dhoni led India from the entrance and helped India win massive titles. It was Dhoni beneath whose captaincy India gained the highest three presitigious ICC tournaments – T20 World Cup 2020, ODI World Cup 2011, and Champions Trophy 2013.
He has additionally been credited to advertise kids and have additionally introduced out the very best out of them in varied conditions. His many surprising choices haven’t solely made us win matches, but additionally have given the standing that Indian Cricket Team enjoys presently. Looking again at his outstanding journey, MS Dhoni has all the time defended his ‘Captain Cool’ title, leaving followers marvel if he ever loses his calm throughout a match.
Talking about the identical, in a current episode of Star Sports’ Cricket Connected, Irfan Pathan has revealed that after Dhoni lost his cool on the bottom. Recalling the incident from 2007, Pathan mentioned that Dhoni grew to become indignant after getting dismissed throughout a warm-up session.
“It was in 2006-07. During the warm-up, we had a game where the right-handed batsman would bat with the left hand and vice-versa. After we finished the warm-up, we used to get into our practice,” Irfan mentioned.
“So, during the warm-ups, there were two teams. Once MS Dhoni was given out which he didn’t think he was, he threw his bat and made a dash to the dressing room and came late for the practice. So, he does get angry,” he additional mentioned.
Apart from profitable three ICC trophies for India, Dhoni has additionally gained three IPL trophies for his IPL workforce Chennai Super Kings.
Meanwhile, Dhoni has been away from cricket since India’s heart-wrenching loss to New Zealand in World Cup 2019 semifinal. He was all geared as much as lead CSK in IPL till the match was indefinitely postponed attributable to coronavirus outbreak.