“Samajhdaar ko ishara kaafi hai” – MS Dhoni shares his thoughts on Team India’s chances of winning 2023 World Cup

“Samajhdaar ko ishara kaafi hai” – MS Dhoni shares his thoughts on Team India’s chances of winning 2023 World Cup

MS Dhoni, the former Indian cricket captain, has expressed optimism about the Indian cricket team’s prospects in the 2023 World Cup. While he didn’t explicitly state that India would win the tournament, his comments suggest that he believes the team, led by Rohit Sharma, is strong and capable of going all the way. Dhoni’s opinion is highly regarded in the cricketing world, given his experience and success as a captain and player, so his positive assessment of the team’s potential will likely boost the confidence of both the players and the fans. Cricket enthusiasts around the world will be eagerly watching the 2023 World Cup to see how India performs and whether they can indeed secure the trophy.

The Men in Blue are the only undefeated side in the 2023 World Cup so far. They began their campaign in the tournament with a six-wicket win over Australia in Chennai. Subsequently, they have registered wins over Afghanistan (by 8 wickets), Pakistan (by 7 wickets), Bangladesh (by 7  wickets) and New Zealand (by 4 wickets).

“It’s a very good team. Bohot accha balance hai team ka. Harlog acha khel rahe hain (The team’s balance is extremely good. All the players are playing well). So everything is looking very good. Isse zyada main kuch nahi bolunga, baaki samajhdaar ko ishara kaafi hai (I won’t say anything more than this. For the wise, the signal is enough).”

India’s next match in the 2023 ODI World Cup will be against defending champions England at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow on Sunday, October 29.

In subsequent matches, they will face Sri Lanka at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai in November and South Africa at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on November 5.

India’s last league game in the 2023 World Cup will be against Netherlands at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on November 12.

Dhoni was the last Indian captain to win a World Cup

Dhoni definitely does know a thing or two about winning World Cups. He was the Indian captain when the Men in Blue lifted the ODI World Cup for the last time in 2011 at home.

India defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets in the final at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Chasing a target of 275 is no small feat, and it’s impressive that MS Dhoni led the team from the front with an unbeaten 91 runs off 79 balls. His outstanding performance earned him the Player of the Match award, which highlights his crucial role in India’s victory.

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