How things change quickly in Indian cricket. Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni had been under the scanner and copped flak from media and past players alike for India’s abject Test record in recent times, writes Amit Masram. Under immense pressure against England to deliver the goods, with India trailing 2-1 in the series, came the uncharacteristic knock of 99 - battling for 398 minutes, consuming 248 balls - on an insipid surface in Nagpur.
Abhishek has added a note -
Should be 6. Though given Dhoni’s fascination for number 7, he may just opt for that position.