Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the most respectable cricketer in the world in modern times. MS Dhoni is currently with the Indian Cricket Team in England, who are defending their title they won in 2013. India’s campaign started of well after India defeated Pakistan in a pressure match. MS Dhoni, who is the former captain of India understands the game better than most and what makes him even more special is his street smartness. In the India versus Pakistan game, rain played quite a role. The match was halted twice and then overs were docked, it finally ended up being a 48 overs game.
Players, international players, even they struggle to understand the mystery circling Duckworth-Lewis, a method devised if there is time lost in play. But the calculations of it still remains a mystery. Recently, Virat Kohli held a charity ball in London to raise funds for the needy, a great initiative. The entire Indian cricket team was present there and when Mahendra Singh Dhoni was interviewed, he gave some replies which were not so Dhoni like.
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‘Don’t think even ICC understands Duckworth Lewis” Dhoni said.
Many games are being affected with rain playing spoilsport in the recent series and that is the reason there is so much talk about the Duckworth-Lewis method.
Also in the charity ball Virat Kohli spoke with CricketNext and said, “We set it up quite a while back but to get it rolling it was very important that we start raising funds in a big way. My vision was to provide for the underprivileged kids”.