Mahendra Singh Dhoni was all applause for young Hardik Pandya, who held his nerve amid the last couple of minutes and executed the directions splendidly by not bowling a yorker to Shuvagato Hom, which could have transformed into a full-toss.
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“There was quite a few stuff we were examining, one thing was without a doubt, we didn’t need him (Hardik) to bowl a yorker. It must be a back of a length, yet how back of a length, that was the question. You would prefer not to bowl a wide. We were choosing out the field and I think he executed truly well. It’s pleasant to have hood arranges yet the arrangement only looks great when it is executed well,” Dhoni said at the post-match presentation ceremony.
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“I would prefer not to say everything except for the decision was what length to bowl, what line to bowl. If you are going for yorkers, what is the field furthermore remember about the strength of the yorker. Furthermore, I knew, once the twentieth over starts, you can take all the time you need. I can’t be fined,” Dhoni said cheekily.
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“Regularly it does, on occasion you hope to complete it with the top shot. Furthermore, If you think you have wickets in hand, you think others can complete it. What’s more, when you are batting great, you go for your shots. It’s an expectation to absorb information for Mahmudullah as it happens with all finishers. That is the thing that cricket is about, If that had gone for a six, it was an incredible shot. Extraordinary boldness. That is the thing that cricket is. An analyst can observe later and say whether it was a terrible shot or not,” Dhoni said with his tongue solidly in cheek.
“There were two occasions when we needed to make the game and instead of using part-timers and we rocked the bowling alley our front liners. It was a very good bowling effort.