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MSD is like me: Moin

DNMUM243255 | 4/29/2012 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :91



One of Pakistan’s most successful wicketkeeper- batsman, Moin Khan, believed India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not a natural ‘keeper. “He is just like me, not a natural wicket-keeper but a very hardworking cricketer. He is one of India’s successful captains. He won the World T20 and World Cup. It is a great achievement.” Moin also termed Sachin Tendulkar a legend. “He is a legend. I hope that people stop talking about his retirement because neither I nor anyone can think what he (Tendulkar) is thinking. He is the best judge.”




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