‘Rather not bowl to him’: Mitchell McClenaghan comes up with epic comment on MS Dhoni – cricket

MS Dhoni was one of the crucial damaging batsmen within the final decade and over time, he has had on-field duels with various bowlers. New Zealand pacer Mitchell McClenaghan was no completely different because the duo clashed on a number of events on the worldwide stage and likewise within the Indian Premier League (IPL). The Mumbai Indians cricketer is at the moment in self quarantine after getting back from Pakistan the place he was enjoying within the Pakistan Super League (PSL). The New Zealand quick bowler was having a Q&A session with his followers on Twitter and when requested to describe Dhoni in a number of phrases, McClenaghan replied“Rather not bowl to him”.

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar feels it might be very tough for M.S. Dhoni to discover a place within the India squad for the T20 World Cup slated to be performed in October-November in Australia.

“I would definitely like to see Dhoni in India’s World Cup squad but it’s highly unlikely that it is going to happen,” Gavaskar advised Dainik Jagran.

“The team has moved on. Dhoni is not someone to make big announcements so I reckon he would silently retire from the game.”

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Dhoni, 38, final performed for India on the 2019 World Cup in England the place the Men in Blue have been knocked out within the semi-finals. Since then, he has been on a sabbatical and is due to seem on the cricket area within the upcoming version of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

The IPL 2020 version, initially due to begin on March 29, has been postponed until April 15 due to the coronavirus outbreak. Dhoni was coaching with the Chennai Super Kings squad however had to depart halfway due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has to this point claimed greater than 11,000 lives the world over.

(With IANS inputs)

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