MS Dhoni is still one of the cricket icons that the game has ever understood but at the years of his career, he’s been exposed due to knocks and his scoring pace. “MS won’t visit the West Indies. He won’t travel as the wicketkeeper with the group within India or abroad. Rishabh Pant will take more until he melts, and there’ll be a window to get him. For all you know, he is a part of this 15 but not a part of this 11. This group requires a guiding hand on several fronts and wanting MS off is obviously sterile,” a source was quoted as saying from the Times Of India.
The report included that MS Dhoni will take part in a”transitioning phase” of Indian cricket.
Throughout the recently-concluded World Cup 2019, India played to their favorites label by winning seven of those eight matches using the one against New Zealand becoming called off because of rain.
They dropped to England, but nevertheless managed to top the table.
Throughout the championship, Dhoni scored 273 runs in eight innings but his knock at the semi-final against New Zealand couldn’t help India cross the end line.
The Indian team for next month’s excursion of the West Indies will likely be declared on July 19 with the limited-overs leg starting on August 3.