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Cricket, fans, media and dogs: 10 Dhoni quotes which will bring smile on your face

Ten most popular quotes of former Indian skipper MS Dhoni

Former Indian captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni turns 39 today. The champion wicket-keeper batsman is not only famous for hitting huge sixes or winning ICC trophies for India but also famous for his witty one-liners in a press conference or post-match presentation. Here we are presenting 10 of his most famous quotes.

You die, you die. You don’t see which is the better way to die. – When a journalist asked Dhoni which defeat was more painful, 0-4 against England or 0-4 against Australia

If you look at it, the two-hour bus ride from the airport was more tiring and difficult for us than the last few weeks of the IPL. – On IPL scheduling and the stress players have during IPL

You won’t see a Sreesanth batting like a Don Bradman just because he wants to bat like one. – On why Indian batsman can’t cope with Australian pitches.

When I am motorcycling and stop at a red light area, people flock to me and speak to me in Tamil. – On the love he gets from Chennai people .

Frankly speaking, I dont understand Duckworth-Lewis. I just wait for the umpires decision. – Even for MS Dhoni, Duckworth-Lewis is confusing

You [media] change my girlfriends every two days. Please let one continue for some time.When Dhoni was single and media used to connect his name to random Bollywood female stars.

Before I start I should say I read an article by you [Shastri]in Cricinfo. You said Australia were the favorites. Today I think me and the boys, we proved you wrong. – In post-match presentation ceremony to Ravi Shastri, after India qualified for the finals of WT20 by beating Australia in the semi-final.

God is not coming to save us. – Dhoni’s advice to the team after scoring a low total in Champions Trophy final, 2013.

I have three dogs at home. Even after losing a series or winning a series, they treat me the same way. – When India lost a match and the crowd started pelting stones.

You play the helicopter shot to a certain delivery. I can’t hit it off a bouncer. Maybe if I stand on a stool and go for it. – When a reporter asked why has he stopped playing helicopter shots.

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