Mahendra Singh Dhoni on the tenth anniversary of 2011 World Cup

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, one of India’s most successful leaders, spoke about his favorite one-day inning on the tenth anniversary of winning the 2011 World Cup. He said his favorite ODI innings was a 91-run unbeaten run against Sri Lanka in the final of the 2011 World Cup. Under his captaincy, India won the World Cup after 28 years at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. Dhoni’s video has been uploaded by India’s leading Gulf Oil Lubricants India Limited. On this occasion he launched his new campaign.

In this video, Dhoni said the 2011 World Cup final was a completely different experience. Dhoni appears in two roles in this video. He is conversing with Dhoni, the youngest at the age of 2005, who is sixth in the entire tournament. But in the final, they promoted themselves and finished fifth. His decision proved to be a master stroke. He did not allow the great off-spinners Muttiah Murthyran and Suraj Randiv to get into the rhythm.

Dhoni hit eight boundaries and two sixes in his 91-run unbeaten run. Sri Lanka’s middle-order pacer Nuwan Kulasekara scored six runs in his 49th over to make India the winner of the ODI World Cup 28 years later. Dhoni was named Player of the Match for his innings. With the help of his innings, India set a target of 275 runs. Gambhir scored 97 runs. In this video, Dhoni explains how the player should try and contribute in each of his matches. Your attitude is to help your team succeed in every game, ”he said.

Gambhir made this decision after India’s defeat at the 1992 World Cup

Dhoni said the batsman should prepare himself according to the different circumstances of the match. He said batting in top order and middle order is different. You need to be mentally prepared for this. “You have to practice different conditions so that you don’t get caught. Dhoni, who has won two World Cups for India, is currently in Mumbai and is training with the Chennai Super Kings team.