New Delhi: There are born leaders, some are groomed to lead and then there is MS Dhoni; who belongs to a level and class of his own. How else can you explain Dhoni’s decision to signal for DRS (The Decison Review System) not once but twice in successive ODIs without consulting the captain or the batsman?
Yes, Dhoni did it again and amazingly, just like his helicopter shots or the blind flick towards the stumps, was spot on for the second time in a row. After signaling for a successful review even before asking Kohli in the first ODI, Dhoni did the same for Yuvraj Singh during the second ODI at Cuttack.
Yuvraj was batting at his sublime best and England bowlers were clueless, just then Chris Woakes brought joy to the English camp in the 41st over of the Indian innings when the umpire put his finger up to signal the end of Yuvraj Singh at 146. But Dhoni, standing at the non-striker’s end had other ideas. He did not wait for Yuvraj’s assertion and immediately signaled for the review. Yuvraj soon, followed Dhoni’s instruction and opted for the review.
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