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Ganguly Urges Indian Team Management To Decide About Dhoni’s Retirement
By CricShots - Sep 17, 2019 12:32 pm
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Former Indian skipper, MS Dhoni has never been known to express his thoughts and he did the same while expressing his future with the Indian cricket team, which has now left the cricket fraternity and fans quite confused as well. Many former cricketers have expressed that Dhoni should decide on his future himself. But former Indian skipper, Sourav Ganguly reckons that Virat Kohli and the national selection committee should take a call on MS Dhoni’s future.

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MS Dhoni

Talking about the same, Ganguly said, “I don’t know what the selectors think, what Virat thinks. They are the important persons, let them make the decision.” Recently, Dhoni had a break from cricket after India’s 50-over World Cup campaign surprisingly ended in the semi-finals.

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India’s home season has started with the first T20I of the three-match against South Africa being washed out. The second match of the T20I series is scheduled to take place on September 18 in Mohali. Sourav reckons that India is the favorite team to win the T20I and Test series against South Africa.

Talking about the same, Ganguly said, “India are favorites. India at home is a dangerous team. They are very hard to beat and that’s been the case for years.”

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Sourav Ganguly

Ganguly is currently the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president, besides being associated with IPL franchise Delhi Capitals as the team advisor. Former Indian skipper further elaborated, “Let one coach finish, then we will think about the other coach. In any case I am already a coach. I look after the Delhi Capitals in the IPL. In my first season last year, they did well. They went to the semifinals from being last for last seven years so it’s been good.”

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Currently, the Indian team is hosting the South African team for a three-match T20I series out of which the first one has been washed out due to rain in Dharamsala and the second T20I is scheduled to take place in Mohali on Wednesday. The T20I series will be followed by a three-match Test series.