England wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler stated he’s fascinated by MS Dhoni’s calmness and brilliance. Buttler stated he loves the well-known shot of Dhoni twirling his bat round after hitting the winning six in the ultimate of the 2011 World Cup and that there was hardly some other celebration from him regardless of the enormity of the event.
“I really like the shot of him hitting that six to win the World Cup after which he twizzles his bat round. That was all he gave you, it’s most likely the largest second in Indian cricket historical past and he nonetheless simply pulls it off with such composure. I really like watching him play,” Buttler stated on Cricbuzz.
“I like that about him, made me intrigued about him. It is kind of wonderful making an attempt to assume what he is considering, why is he not driving the feelings of the recreation. He all the time saved folks guessing like that. I like the method he does issues as a result of they make sense to him. It would not appear like he worries an excessive amount of about what it appears like,” stated Buttler.
Buttler additionally famous Dhoni’s quickness behind the stumps regardless of the unconventional positions he will get himself into.
“As a wicketkeeper, these lightning-fast arms and reactions he has. Some of the positions he’s in generally, technical coaches could say that’s not fairly proper. The method his arms are virtually shifting again in direction of the stumps earlier than he has caught the ball, it’s fairly wonderful,” he stated.