Dinesh Karthik: Dhoni was the first student at the school I went to. He is the best.

The 38th league match of the current IPL series is currently being played between Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings and Ian Morgan-led Kolkata Knight Riders. Before the match, former Kolkata captain and Tamil Nadu star Dinesh Karthik praised Chennai captain Dhoni.

“Dhoni is the first student in the university where I study” – Dinesh Karthik Praise!

Dinesh Karthik, the wicket-keeper and batsman, has praised former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. “Dhoni is the first student at the university where I study,” he said.

During the 2018 T20 series between India and Bangladesh, he scored 29 off 8 balls to win the Indian team trophy. At that time, many said that Dinesh Karthik was the best finisher of the Indian team.

My journey and his journey are completely different. Dhoni is the best student at the university where I study. So these comparisons are unreasonable. He is the driving force behind a lot of young people. If that last ball of the day had gone four without a six, the game would have moved on to the Super Over. But that did not happen. It was a good experience

Dinesh Karthik told reporters after the event.

Dinesh Karthik has now registered his opinion in this regard. As he puts it: Dhoni’s journey and my journey are different. Dhoni is the best student in the university where I study. So it is unfair to compare me with him.

Dinesh Karthik: Dhoni was the first student at the school I went to. He is the best.
Dinesh Karthik: Dhoni was the first student at the school I went to. He is the best.

He is the driving force for a lot of young people. The heat of his game was flying. The game would have gone up super if I had gone without a six off that last ball I hit but that didn’t happen. Karthik had told me that it was a good experience.

In this situation, they are currently clashing against each other in the IPL series. Dinesh Karthik has 115 catches and Dhoni has 114 catches.

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