He disclosed how Dhoni places the finishers in two classes, one who takes the sport deep and the opposite taking lots of dangers.
The Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has opened up on his intriguing conversations with MS Dhoni throughout IPL 2021. He recounted how the previous India skipper advised him about Chennai Super King’s plans for him. He added that it was each a dig and praise for him however he took it as a praise.
Stoinis is commonly famend for ending off the innings for Australia in white-ball cricket. The all-rounder additional additionally revealed his chat with the CSK skipper on the ending duties. He disclosed how Dhoni places the finishers in two classes, one who takes the sport deep and the opposite taking lots of dangers.
MS Dhoni mentioned how CSK would attempt to bowl to me: Marcus Stoinis
“He was actually very honest with me. He understood me very well and he sort of said how they (CSK) would try to bowl to me and how he tried to set the fields for me. [It] was both a compliment but also a little dig where I have to figure out which way to take it and I’m taking it as a compliment (chuckles),” Stoinis mentioned in a dialog with The Grade Cricketer’s YouTube channel.
“It was very interesting he did say that it’s very obvious how some people want to take some responsibility and stay until the end whereas some people are willing to take the risk early to, sort of, either try and get ahead of the game or walk off and he identifies that within the team,” Stoinis added.
Stoinis and Dhoni have performed in opposition to one another on a number of events within the IPL. The former additionally spoke on the recommendation he obtained from Dhoni. He said that the 2 had conversations about coaching and that the previous India captain suggested him to work on his weak point so long as it’s not affecting his strengths.
“We spoke about training, we spoke about his belief on ‘Work on your weakness as long as it’s not taking anything away from your strength’. So he spoke about how a lot of coaches will ask you to work on things and you might work on the short ball and then you start missing the full ball… which was a really, really nice filter for me for training,” the all-rounder added.