Former Australian Cricketer, Dean Jones has highlighted some biggest drawback of India while addressing MS Dhoni’s comeback.
Dean Jones talked about Dhoni’s absence from the International Cricket & also highlighted that grooming & managing a finished would be a big problem for Team India. He said, “At the moment it seems like Indian selectors are focusing on Rishabh Pant & KL Rahul. And in Dhoni’s case if Dhoni has a wonderful IPL then he is away but if he doesn’t do well in the next IPL then the door of cricket is shut for him. But, he’s left the door open. This break might be fantastic for him. He has had a really good break and if he wants to come back out of this — trust me as you get older it gets more difficult to come back from a break,” Dean Jones was quoted as saying by Times of India.
“Dhoni is an absolute superstar & he is “great” player. So, I have always felt, with the greats, to tend to let them do what they want to do, but at the moment they are leaning towards K.L. Rahul and Rishabh Pant. But, India’s biggest problem is still a finisher. Who is your finisher? Hardik-Pandya — yes. Just comes down to your balance — who’s hot and who’s not,” Jones added.
MS Dhoni has been a great captain & a great player too. He is a man full of qualities. He is a remarkable captain, champion batsmen, and a remarkable wicket-keeper. At last but not the least Dhoni is one of the greatest finishers in the history of World Cricket. It is also known that when Dhoni is at the crease during the end whatever the score is match is far from getting over. A lasting memory in the minds of Indian cricket fans is the six Dhoni hit off Nuwan Kulasekara to win India the 2011 World Cup.
Dhoni will now be seen again back to action with the 2020 IPL that takes place later this year. He will be leading the CSK squad when the tournament returns in the month of September.