Paddy Upton has made different revelations in his novel Barefoot, including some provocative contributions on Gautam Gambhir. He likewise talked in regards to the clairvoyant isolation of MS Dhoni and how he thought of a clever punishment to forestall the individuals from the Indian group from arriving behind schedule.
Dhoni is one of the quickest cricketers on the planet. Having driven the Team India to different ICC titles he will presently go to the 2019 World Cup wishing to lift what could be his last ICC trophy as a player.
"His genuine quality is his understanding and self-restraint, paying little respect to the condition of the match. What's more, being such an extraordinary pioneer, utilizing his prudence in troublesome conditions, he gives different players backing to remain loose and formed. That I accept is the certifiable quality that he has," said Upton while a media occasion for his novel The Barefoot Coach in Kolkata.
Upton, through the occasion, shared how Dhoni thought of an unusual punishment that got the individuals from the Indian group to pursue the recommended preparing propensity as a general rule.
While Anil Kumble touched base with a punishment of Rs 10,000 for a player who is late, Dhoni acquired a spin in the comparable punishment that saw the players tail it all the more religiously.
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