London: Former England cricketer David Lloyd feels that Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's tired wicketkeeping typifies the character of the Indian team, which is either too tired from too much of cricket or unwilling to fight.
"For three years or more, everything that Mahendra Singh Dhoni touched turned to gold. These days, everything he tries to touch seems to end up on the floor. Bit harsh? Perhaps, but these are worrying times for the man who did the impossible by replacing Sachin Tendulkar as India's most talked about cricketer," Lloyd wrote in his column in The Independent.
Lloyd said that the India-England Test series, where the visitors are down 0-2, are worrying times.