Sep 1, 2014

In this video, Suresh Raina, who scored a crucial century to set-up India’s 133-run Royal London One-Day International victory at Cardiff, praises the “positive” mood in the camp ahead of the 3rd match of the series at Trent Bridge.

Suresh Raina, the centurion and Man of the match second One-day International (ODI) between India and England at Cardiff of said that batting with MS Dhoni helped him to play his natural game. Raina and Dhoni shared a crucial 144 run partnership for the fifth wicket. It was only because of this important partnership, India managed to put up score of 304 for six in their alloted 50 overs and won the match comfortably by 133 runs (D/L method).

Rania told, Dhoni knew his game and never asked him to give up his natural game, which is attacking the bowlers. At the same time, he kept talking to him during the innings to ensure the left-hander did not throw it away. Raina also gave the credit of good form to Sachin Tendulkar and Parveen Amre. They both worded on Raina’s game recently.

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