MS Dhoni's run-out may prove to be a series changer, says Jonathan Trott

MS Dhoni walks back to pavilion after being run-out on 99 by Alastair Cook PTI

Nagpur: Dec 16, 2012

England batsman Jonathan Trott feels the run-out of Indian captain MS Dhoni on Day Three of the fourth and the final Test match at Nagpur may prove to be “series changer”.

Referring to Alastair Cook s brilliant run-out of his counterpart Dhoni, England numer three batsman said, “It’s still pretty neck and neck but credit to the bowlers and to take the chance and grab it like Alastair did was a game changer or even a series changer.

“Dhoni runs very quickly between the wickets so that makes Alastair’s effort that much better. Going to his right and throwing down the stumps with the momentum taking him the other way. It’s one of those things, a catalyst for changing the game. Hopefully, it can be a game changer for us and hopefully it can add to us winning the game.”

India trail the four-match Test series 1-2.