MS Dhoni will not be an automatic pick for WC anymore: Sources
Former India Skipper MS Dhoni has struggled hard to get runs in the recently concluded ICC world cup 2019.
Former India Skipper MS Dhoni has struggled hard to get runs in the recently concluded ICC world cup 2019. There were many speculations that MS Dhoni will announce his retirement but still now Dhoni has not informed about his retirement to anyone.
MS Dhoni has struggled to get going in the death overs leading to the former cricketers including Sachin Tendulkar question his intent. The former India skipper couldn’t score quick runs in the death overs which cost India the World Cup trophy as they bowed out of the World Cup in the semifinals. Dhoni played at a strike rate of 93.39 in this World Cup but has eaten up a lot of balls which have put the other batsmen under pressure.
We’re surprised that he’s not done it so far. There are youngsters like Rishabh Pant waiting to grab their chances. As we saw in the World Cup, Dhoni isn’t the same batsman anymore. Despite coming in at No. 6 or 7, he was struggling to force the pace, and it was hurting the team,” he said.
he added. “I don’t think he’s in the selectors’ plan for the 2020 T20 World Cup too. He must quit international cricket gracefully. He isn’t an automatic pick anymore,”