All-around West Indies player Dwayne Bravo reckons India’s most successful wicket keeper and former captain MS Dhoni will play in the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup tournament. Bravo, who announced his retirement from international cricket, said he would return to the pitch and play for the country if given the chance.
“Dhoni never retired. So I think he will be present at World T20. MS never let things outside of cricket influence him and he taught us the same and told us to never panic and never trust our abilities, ”Bravo said in an interview with TOI.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni led India in the first edition of the World T20 played in South Africa in 2007 and India became the champion by beating Pakistan in the final. MSD also captained Men in Blues at the 2011 ODI World Cup to make his country proud after 28 years. So Dhoni would definitely be an asset to the India team.
Last updated: December 16, 2019