Kuldeep claims his comments about Dhoni are fake

Indian leg-spinner Kuldeep Yadav dismissed the recent comments made about MS Dhoni as a rumour and a piece of false news.

Kuldeep Yadav
The young leg-spinner has been in the spotlight ever since it was rumoured that he made a comment about MS Dhoni where he claimed that the experienced wicket-keeper batsman also makes some mistakes sometimes.

According to the news agency PTI, they quoted that Kuldeep said – “There are a lot of times he (Dhoni) goes wrong but then you can’t say that to him.”

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However, Kuldeep ruled out this statement on Thursday and he said that he didn’t make any inappropriate comments on anyone.

The leg-spinner told the Indian Express

“These are rumours which people love to spread and I have no idea why. I haven’t given any interview regarding this so I fail to understand as to how the media came up with these comments.”

MS Dhoni is a senior player and there is no doubt that his tips have been invaluable not only for me but for the entire team. His presence behind the stumps makes our job easy and nobody can change that fact.”

Kuldeep also posted on his Instagram regarding this issue, where he said – “Here we go for another made up controversies by our media who loves to make tangy rumors for no reason. Just want to throw some light on the issue that has been proliferated by some people, that the news is totally false. I didn’t give any inappropriate statement about anyone. #Much respect Mahi bhai.”

It is needless to say that Dhoni has helped Kuldeep to grow as a bowler and his recent success says it all. Meanwhile, the leg-spinner also didn’t wait to hit back the media after a ridiculous comment was made about the former Indian captain.

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