Dhoni’s will be left with T20 World Cup – Ravi Shastri

According to Indian Coach Ravi Shastri, Dhoni going to feature in T20 World Cup later this year going to be held in Australia though there is short period left for an official call time on his ODI career.

 This veteran player attended 448 internationals in limited over formats. In his captaincy India won T20 World Cup in 2007 and 2011 World Cup which was an unforgettable triumph.

This 38 year old wicket keeper-batsman is on break and not featured since they lost the match in the semi finals to New Zealand at previous world cup.

Rishab Pant said that he had conversation with MS.Dhoni and his era might not be over yet. He finished his Test career and within short time he will end his ODI career. He left with T20 only and surely he plays IPL.

“ One thing I observed about Dhoni is he will never force himself on to the team and if he is well with, then it would be a cracking IPL.

Considering person’s experience and form , position five or six will be given in batting and if he plays good enough in IPL then he does put himself in disharmony .

Pant attended 25 T20I innings averaging 20.50 but he is being backed by Shastri.

Shastri added “ how many of the youngsters in cricket at the age of 22 made 100s? Every one is qualified to make mistakes and he might not drop many catches.

Things doesn’t happen over night and no question that he will be a match winner. He will be better as he matures. He does whatever he can to cash in the talent. No doubt he is working hard on his wicket keeping which results in appropriated way.