Bangladesh has a lot to learn from Dhoni: Bashar
Former Tigers captain and current members of selectors panel, Habibu Bashar Sumon said Bangladesh has a lot to learn from Dhoni. Mahendra Singh Dhoni said goodbye to international cricket on August 15. In the retirement of the legend, the whole cricket world is now praising Dhoni. Bashar is not an exception as he was saying with a Indian daily.
Dhoni made his international debut in 2004 against Bangladesh in Chittagong under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguly. However, he could not do very well in that series. At that time Bashar was leading the Bangladesh team. He has seen Dhoni very closely at the beginning of his career.
Despite failing in his debut series, Dhoni did not take much time to identify his cast. He made a bet in his fifth ODI. He played a great innings of 147 runs off 123 balls against Pakistan. After that, Dhoni has only risen to the top. Cricket has become a star in the sky.
After Dhoni’s retirement, Bashar spoke to the Indian daily Anandabazar. He heaped praise on the world cup winning skipper.
“First we have to talk about the finisher Dhoni. There are very few such finishers in cricket. Maybe less will come in the coming days. It’s hard to find someone like him as a captain. It is important for the captain to perform his job properly. He did that. “
“The best part is, he didn’t even understand what was on his mind. No one could understand what he was thinking. See, if the captain gets tense, gets excited, it gets infected within the team. I’m sure Dhoni also had a lot of tension. As a captain I understand that. But he never showed it, “he added.
Bashar said Bangladesh has a lot to learn from Dhoni, “His head is very cold. As a result, decision making was facilitated. Don’t talk about the review system. Very few wicketkeepers can take a perfect review like him. Because, his head is absolutely cold. So that the decision would not be wrong. I think Bangladesh has a lot to learn from him. ‘