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“One of the Best in the Business” Brad Hogg on MS Dhoni

“One of the Best in the Business” Brad Hogg on MS Dhoni

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Brad Hogg recently shared his opinion on MS Dhoni’s running between the wickets. Though MS Dhoni is one of the fastest runners, Brad Hogg pointed out a mistake in his technique. 

Owing to the coronavirus outbreak, there is no game of sports happening anywhere in the world. The cricket industry also had to bear the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic as all the major cricket tournaments like IPL 2020, PSL 2020, 2019-20 Marsh Sheffield Shield are suspended for an indefinite time. 

In these difficult times, many sportsmen are constantly in touch with their fans through social media. Brad Hogg has been conducting a Question and Answers session on his twitter handle to keep people connected with the game of cricket. During the session, he answeres all types of questions related to cricket including his opinion on several players.

Brad Hogg makes a comment on MS Dhoni

Running between the wickets is very important for any batsman as it helps to keep the game going. MS is a good runner for that. 

On April 4, a fan asked Brad Hogg to share a few words on MSD running. Along with the question, the fan also shared the clip of Dhoni running between the wickets. 

 

Not disappointing the fan, the former Australian spinner gave a detailed description of the same. 

Hogg wrote, “Has a bigger back lift placing the bat behind the non-strikers line on the turn for 2 than when he’s about to hit the ball, but other than that, perfect. “

He further added, “Out of the danger area, straight lines, runs the first one hard. One of the best in the business.”

 

Earlier this week, Indian team skipper Virat Kohli had acknowledged Mahi as a good runner. Kohli also admitted that Mahi was one of his favorite batsmen to bat with as he understands his call very well. Virat made these revelations in an Instagram live chat with England all-rounder Kevin Pietersen. 

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