Mahendra Singh Dhoni left India’s practice session early after he was disgruntled by the DJ at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack didn’t stop playing loud music even after the Indian One-Day International (ODI) skipper sent a message asking the DJ to stop the music reported Cricket Country.
A source from the stadium suggested that the incident happened due to miscommunication between the players and the DJ. “The DJ was testing his speakers. Maybe he failed to understand the communication but he had eventually stopped. The team is not filing any complaint to the Orissa Cricket Association (OCA),” he added.
Cuttack has warmed up for the crucial second Twenty20 International (T20I) between India and South Africa, scheduled for Monday. OCA President Ranjib Biswal said that more than 5,000 fans had turned up to watch the two teams practise on Sunday and all the tickets of the match has beem sold.
Earlier, Rohit Sharma whose century went in vain in the previous game suggested that both Indian and South African bowling units are not very experienced. When asked if pacer Mohammed Shami’s injury is hurting India at the moment, Rohit said, “See, when it comes to injuries, you cannot do anything about it. The kind of bowlers we have now, they’ve done well in domestic cricket and whatever international cricket they’ve played so far.”