MS Dhoni pissed off Shoaib Akhtar together with his maiden Test hundred in Faislabad.© AFP
MS Dhoni, throughout his lengthy worldwide profession, performed some memorable knocks, irritating a number of bowlers on his technique to scoring large a whole bunch. MS Dhoni is extensively considered a white-ball specialist however throughout early part of his profession, he performed one in all his finest Test knocks which pissed off former Pakistan quick bowler Shoaib Akhtar a lot in order that he bowled an intentional beamer and later apoligised for it. Speaking in regards to the incident on Aakash Chopra’s YouTube channel, Akhtar revealed that it was the the primary time in his profession that he had purposefully bowled a harmful supply to any batsman and later went on to remorse it. Akhtar acknowledged that he should not have finished that and he even apoligised to Dhoni for his motion.
Explaining the rationale why he bought pissed off throughout that spell, Akhtar mentioned that he was not totally match and was taking part in with an harm to his entrance leg.
“When India came to Pakistan, I had some injury in my landing leg. Still I decided to play by taking injection on daily basis. Doctor would come and numb my leg to give me injections daily. The pitch in Faislabad was very slow and Dhoni went on to score a hundred,” Akhtar instructed Aakash Chopra on his present ‘AakashVani’.
“I think I had bowled a 8-9 over spell in Faisalabad. It was a quick spell and Dhoni scored a hundred. I intentionally bowled a beamer to Dhoni and then apologised to him,” mentioned the previous quick bowler.
“It was the first time in my life I had bowled a beamer intentionally. I shouldn’t have done it. I regretted it a lot. He was playing so well and the wickets were so slow. However fast I was bowling, he kept on hitting. I think I got frustrated,” he added.
This incident occurred through the second check of India’s tour of Pakistan in 2006. Dhoni scored his maiden Test century within the first innings — scoring 148 off simply 153 balls.
His knock included 19 fours and 4 hits over the fence as India went on to attain a mammoth 603 runs in reply to Pakistan’s first innings whole of 588 runs.
Pakistan declared their second innings at 490/8, setting India an enormous 476-run goal to win. The guests then scored 21 runs for no loss because the match led to a draw.
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