“MS Dhoni is the biggest Cricketer in India”, Twitter nods with Harbhajan Singh’s verdict on Mahi

Former CSK and India colleague Harbhajan Singh has said that there is no “bigger cricketer” in the nation than the great wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni. Dhoni captained India to victory in the 2011 50-over World Cup. With Dhoni at the helm, Chennai Super Kings have won the IPL four times and placed second five times.

Dhoni made history by becoming the first captain in IPL history to lead his side in 200 games. Harbhajan said that no one has greater popularity than Dhoni before CSK’s home match against SRH on April 21.

Harbhajan Singh talks about MS Dhoni

“Mahendra Singh Dhoni is only one. There cannot be a bigger cricketer than him in India. Someone could have scored more runs than him and someone could have taken more wickets than him, but no one has a bigger fanbase than him,” Harbhajan said on Star Sports.

“Dhoni has accepted this fandom to heart and he respects his teammates as well. He walks with so much love and emotion that anyone else would go mad, but Dhoni has carried this love and emotion in his heart for 15 years and he still hasn’t changed at all,” he added.

Harbhajan also remarked on MS Dhoni’s modesty and likability. In particular, he said that throughout his time with the Chennai Super Kings, where he has become a cult figure, Dhoni has always valued the affection and passion that his fans have given him. Dhoni is beloved by the fans because he is personable despite his position as team captain and because he constantly makes time for them.

Also, Harbhajan gushed about batting all-rounder Shivam Dube, noting that Chennai Super Kings heavily rely on players with such abilities, namely their hitting power. The former off-spinner also suggested that Dube be given more opportunity to bat first. When playing in Chepauk, Chennai Super Kings are undefeated against SunRisers Hyderabad.

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