BCCI chief Sourav Ganguly has urged that it will take MS Dhoni’s return to be on the prime of his skills may take some time as an extended break is certain to influence anybody.
MS Dhoni’s return to cricket over a 12 months hole, particularly after his worldwide cricket retirement, hasn’t turn into a fairytale like many followers had been hoping it to be. Things seemed vibrant when Chennai Super Kings had been off to a outstanding begin in IPL 2020 with a convincing win over defending champions. But issues went downhill since then after CSK slumped to back-to-back losses, that too fairly miserably.
From Dhoni’s captaincy to his determination to bat down the order in two unsuccessful makes an attempt at chasing down towards Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals respectively, Dhoni is now within the eye of the storm and is questioned for leaving it too late.
Cricket consultants and former cricketers alike have scrutinised each fallacious transfer the 38-year-old wicketkeeper has made whereas an ever upfront Gautam Gambhir went on to say a captain ought to lead the crew from the entrance and never by batting at no. 7.
MSD later mentioned at a post-match presentation that he’s unsure about developing the order as he has simply resumed aggressive cricket and needed to offer extra possibilities to kids like Ruturaj Gaekwad and Sam Curran, it didn’t sit nicely with the consultants.
BCCI chief Ganguly appeared to have the same opinion with the man former India captain saying anyone will wrestle after such an extended hole and mentioned it will take some time.
“In the current situation, it will take some time for him to get back to his old touch. He played a cricket match after about one year and six months. It’s not easy however good you are. It will take some time,” Ganguly mentioned.