Wasim Jaffer opines that team management shouldn’t overlook MS Dhoni for the T20 World Cup if he is fit and in form
Wasim Jaffer opines that team management shouldn’t overlook MS Dhoni for the T20 World Cup if he is fit and in form

MS Dhoni – Youth icon

The former Indian skipper MS Dhoni who was well known for his “cool” attitude was last seen in action against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup semifinal, a game India lost. He made himself unavailable for India’s international assignments post the WC exit and was eventually dropped from the BCCI’s list of centrally contracted players in January.

As pointed out by BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and India head coach Ravi Shastri, Dhoni’s international future depends on his performances in IPL 2020 which comes in to consider him in T20 World Cup planned later this year in Australia.

Dhoni remains favourite forever

Though Dhoni didn’t played any matches in the past eight months, he continues to be one of the the most popular cricketers around the globe.

Australia’s head coach Justin Langer said that they are in need of finisher like MS Dhoni in the limited overs match. MS Dhoni still considered as one of the best finisher in the world cricket.

Dhoni and Justin Langer
Dhoni and Justin Langer

IPL postponed due to corona virus

Due to the spread of corona virus the scheduled sports event has been postponed in order to maintain social distancing. As BCCI postponed 13th edition of Indian Premier League the cricket players isolate them self in order to avoid the spread.

Where the players use social media to entertain their fans, earlier Indian all rounder Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya post a tweet to create awareness on corona virus spread and importance of the self isolation.

Wasim Jaffer’s throwback memory on Dhoni

In that order former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer conducts a question and answer session in twitter. Where a fan took to his Twitter handle and shared a still of MS Dhoni. Furthermore, he questioned Wasim Jaffer about his favorite memory along with the former Indian skipper. The fan post read, “Favourite memory with MS Dhoni..”

Soon, Wasim Jaffer took to his Twitter handle, who shared dressing room with Dhoni during his early days, recalled that all he wanted was to “make 30 lakh from playing cricket” so that he could live a peaceful life in Ranchi. Jaffer, who retired from all forms of cricket earlier this month, was interacting with his fans on micro-blogging site Twitter.