MS Dhoni’s former CSK teammate makes surprising revelation on what irritates MS Dhoni most

Former Australian cricketer Matthew Hayden, who shared the field with MS Dhoni in the IPL as teammates for the Chennai Super Kings, disclosed that what bothers Dhoni is the lack of enthusiasm from a fielder.

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Cricket is not just a game in India and Indian cricketers enjoy a different level of fan following among Indian cricket fans. Indian cricket has witnessed some of the greatest players and among them stands the enigmatic figure of MS Dhoni. Renowned as one of the finest cricketers in history, Dhoni's journey from a small-town boy to an international cricket legend is nothing short of remarkable.

MS Dhoni is the only captain in the history of cricket to win all the Apex Governing Council trophies but MS Dhoni has made his name not only on the international stage but also in the high-stakes Indian Premier League (IPL). From leading India to World Cup glory to clinching multiple IPL titles, his achievements speak volumes about his cricketing prowess. 

Beyond his batting prowess, Dhoni's lightning-quick reflexes behind the stumps redefine the standards for wicket-keeping in modern cricket. MS Dhoni is also known as 'Captain Cool' by his fans. The nickname 'Captain Cool' is not just a label; it symbolizes Dhoni's remarkable ability to steer his team through challenging scenarios with a calm and collected demeanour.

Australia's former destructive opener who played with Dhoni in the first couple of IPL seasons in Chennai Super Kings made an interesting revelation about Dhoni.

According to Matthew Hayden, casual fielding is a trigger that disrupts Dhoni's usually composed exterior. He said, "MS Dhoni is pretty unflappable it must be said but if you really wanna give him the shivers. Just have a slack fielding effort. Don’t contribute in the field and that’s one of the few times you would look at him and go ‘Ooh that’s not gonna be good’”.

MS Dhoni on opening his YouTube channel

Despite retiring from international cricket, Dhoni remains a hot topic on social media. Fans delve into his personal life, creating buzz around the man behind the cricketing legend. Recently in an interview, Dhoni was asked about opening a YouTube channel as it is in trend nowadays to which he replied by saying that he is too moody to do that. 

H said, "Just now I was talking about this. Someone even asked me the same. Woh bolte hai 'mere se na ho payega' (I won't be able to do it), because it's very tough. I won't say I am very camera conscious but it doesn't come to me. 

So, I am very happy to have a one-on-one conversation. I am more of an in-person kid of a man. When it comes to YouTube I don't think I will be able to do it. Plus I am moody. It might happen that I will three-four videos, then like my Instagram, put another video after one year,"

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