‘That line about MS Dhoni…’: Adam Gilchrist on Hardik Pandya’s painful comment after Mumbai Indians defeat | Cricket News


New Delhi: Captain of Mumbai Indians hardik pandya He could not hide his disappointment and pressure after the team's fourth defeat in six matches. Disappointment was clearly visible on his face as he struggled to control his emotions.
The five-time champions had a poor start to the tournament, losing their first three consecutive matches against Gujarat Titans (by 6 runs), Sunrisers Hyderabad (by 31 runs) and Rajasthan Royals (by 6 wickets).
However, they managed to get their campaign back on track with two wins against Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore. But suffered another defeat against Chennai Super Kings by 20 runs. After the defeat, Pandya had said during the post-match presentation: “There is a man (Dhoni) behind the stumps who tells them what is working.”
From this comment it appears that Mumbai Indians do not have the same level of guidance and support that CSK enjoys under Dhoni.
Former Australian wicketkeeper batsman adam gilchristAnalyzing Pandya's comments after the match, he concluded that everything is not going well within the Mumbai Indians camp.

“This line about Dhoni is interesting. It shows that maybe he is feeling lonely at the moment. Maybe all this is having a bit of an impact because he feels that he is not getting support around him But what he believes about the opposition is that he (Gaikwad) has got support there, obviously this is what tells me about Hardik's mindset and the hesitation in the MI dugout. Tells something.” Gilchrist said on Cricbuzz.
“High-profile teams are victims of their own success. Often there are deals that suddenly come out, and fans feel like, 'Well, we're not invested in this.' He feels he is part of the bigger picture and that's why I feel amazed the way Hardik did business came out of nowhere and the change from Rohit to Hardik…whether Rohit was happy or not. Thought about or not, that's where the sentiment is coming from,'' Gilchrist said.
Mumbai Indians will now face Punjab Kings on Thursday.

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