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Dhoni's 183* Highest Score Ever by a Wicket-Keeper


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I think Dhoni has the potential to become a better wicket-kepper bastman than Gilchrist! I saw most of his 183 record breaking innings and it was fantastic!

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good 4 him but u cant compare him to glichrist yet

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I know its early days for Dhoni, but he is two hundreds so far and both of them against very good attacks (Pakistan & Srilanka). He is more consistent than Gilcrhist and has a strike-rate of over 100.

yup...gilchrist instills fear like no other...dhoni will hopefully make it there someday...

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Yep, once Dhoni plays against all countries and performs well he should become popular very quickly. He is well on his way there.

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Dhoni definitely has the potential to become a great wicketkeeper-batsman but its still early days in his career. Let him perform for 3-4 years before we go overboard with compliments.

We have the tendency to put people on a pedestal very early and then pulling them down at the slightest hint of non-performance. Let us and particularly the media not ruin a potentially great player by putting too much pressure on him too early.

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Dhoni definitely has the potential to become a great wicketkeeper-batsman but its still early days in his career. Let him perform for 3-4 years before we go overboard with compliments.

We have the tendency to put people on a pedestal very early and then pulling them down at the slightest hint of non-performance. Let us and particularly the media not ruin a potentially great player by putting too much pressure on him too early.

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agree 100% :D

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