Dwayne Bravo said Dhoni?sT20I career is not over until he decides
Posted by Atincricketblog on December 1st, 2018
Former Indian captain MS Dhoni has received harsh criticism over his performance in the year. Starting from the series against England to the recently concluded ODI series against West Indies, Dhoni had a poor performance.
In the ongoing series against Australia, MS Dhoni is dropped out of the Indian squad for T20Is. He has been also dropped from the T20I series at home against West Indies.
Selectors said that they wanted to try Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik in the shortest format. So for the series, Rishabh Pant is appointed as India's wicketkeeper.
Many have stated that the T20I career of 37-year old might be over after his exclusion for the West Indies and Australia series. But Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings teammate Dwayne Bravo feels different.
Trinidadian cricketer Dwayne Bravo who was a former captain of West Indies feels that Dhoni still is one of the best players in the world and has proved himself on many occasions. He said that the decision when to quit T20Is should be left on Dhoni to take as no one but he himself decides when he is over.
Dwayne Bravo said, "No. Someone like him can never be over until he decides it's over. There are always talks around, and people call for different players heads at different times. It is up to the player. I think MS has proven, even in this year's IPL he has proven, again and again, that he is still the best in the world and he will decide when it is his time. No one decides when it is his time,".
However, MS Dhoni despite being given many opportunities managed to score only 398 runs in 18 innings this year at an average of 28.42 across formats. To get the latest cricket updates, click https://www.cricadium.com/. Dwayne BravoAlso See: Dwayne Bravo, West Indies, Rishabh Pant, Series Against, Series, Dhoni, OverTop Searches - Trending Searches - New Articles - Top Articles - Trending Articles - Featured Articles - Top Members
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