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Kuldeep Yadav talks about his performance Under Dhoni’s wicket-keeping

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Dhoni is the most successful captain of Team India. Dhoni is also one of the best wicket-keeper in the world. Every bowler wants to bowl when he stands behind the stump. His Wicket-keeping skill and guiding young players help bowlers. Some of Dhoni’s advice is often heard on the stump mic. Dhoni also helped Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzi Chahal When he was doing wicket-keeping for Team India. His advice was also helpful to them.

Dhoni Bhai always guided me: Kuldeep Yadav

Recently in an interview, Kuldeep Yadav reveals that he is not totally dependent on Dhoni. He has credited it as a team effort. During the interview with Times of India, Young Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav says,

“Of course. Mahi Bhai has always guided me because the wicketkeeper is always the best judge of the bowler. Someone like Mahi Bhai is experienced and has an idea about how a batsman plays. All of this is teamwork.”

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“Just because Mahi Bhai hasn’t played after the World Cup, I don’t need to prove anything to anyone. I don’t need to say if I was dependent on him. I can just work towards bettering my craft and as I said, it’s teamwork.” Kuldeep Yadav added.

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Kuldeep reveals Why “Kulcha” didn’t play together

Talking about the relations with Yuzi Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav said that we haven’t played together after the world cup. Because it depends on the selection and team combination. Although in the absence of Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja is playing as an allrounder at number 7. This is the reason, Kuldeep and Yuzi Chahal don’t play together.

Kuldeep said, “Wrist spin is not that easy. Chahal and I have bonded well for years. After the World Cup, we haven’t played together because it depends on the selection and team combination. You’ve got to be flexible with the team’s requirements.” 

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