Dhoni happy with team after two consecutive wins

Updated: 15 June 2008 18:13 IST

Dhoni is very pleased with his wards who he says understand their roles well and take all the pressure off the captains' shoulders by completing the task.

Dhoni happy with team after two consecutive wins

Dhaka:

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is very pleased with his wards, who he says, understand their roles well and take all the pressure off the captains' shoulders by completing the tasks assigned to them.

Dhoni was speaking after India's comprehensive seven-wicket win against Bangladesh in the last league match of the cricket tri-series.

"It was an easy win. We put them under pressure right from the start. Again it was a good start by Sehwag and Gambhir. People understand their role well and then it becomes easy for the skipper as there is hardly anything to do," Dhoni said.

India finished at the top of the table with 10 points from two-wins in as many matches. They now face Pakistan in the final on Saturday.

Dhoni allayed fears that Indian middle-order, which has not got enough match practice in the tournament would go into the final as unprepared.

"Obviously, middle order has not got chance to bat but that's part and parcel of the game. Lower order has not got opportunity. Hopefully the top-order would do well in the final but we are confident and prepared," he said.



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