MS Dhoni dream is to play World Cup 2019

Posted by Cricadium on November 19th, 2018

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the man who took Indian Cricket at a completely different level. He emerged as the only captain to win all of the ICC tournament cups. Under his captaincy, Indian Cricket has seen many victories. Major includes World T20 2007, Cricket World Cup 2011 and Champions Trophy 2013.

MS Dhoni is a man who led Team India with a cool, calm and composed attitude and is widely known as Captain Cool. He earned a lot of respect not only from his teammates but also from all over the globe. To know more about MS Dhoni, visit here .

MS Dhoni’s shocking omission from T20I Squad against Windies and Australia raised several questions over his ability to play at the same level where he used to a few years ago. Whether Dhoni is included in the squad to play ICC World Cup 2019 or not is one of the biggest questions.

On this Dhoni’s close friend Arun Pandey said that World Cup has been a long cherished dream of Dhoni since the time he gave up the captaincy in white ball cricket. He wants to play in the World Cup next year where he would be more as a mentor to the team.

Arun Pandey also said that Dhoni’s idea was to give Kohli time to develop in this role and there is still no change in his thinking.

When Dhoni was dropped from the T20I squad against Windies and Australia, skipper Virat Kohli revealed that it was Dhoni’s own wish to have the youngster Pant be given more opportunities. Virat also said that Dhoni is still an integral part of the team.

Moreover, as Cricket World Cup 2019 Scheduleis already out and Dhoni’s fans are very much excited to see him play in the World Cup. Dhoni brings with him a lot of experience that will benefit Captain Virat Kohli and Team India.

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