MS Dhoni can hang his shoes after the ICC World Cup 2019 in the United Kingdom starting May 30, will feel the majority of fans and cricket experts around the world. Great Australian spinner Shane Warne said on Friday that Virat Kohli needed MS Dhoni’s “leadership experience” in the World Cup, saying that whenever 37-year-old international cricket decides to bid, it will be a smooth transition . Warne said, “MS Dhoni has to play in the World Cup. MS Dhoni is a class act and Virat Kohli needs to help him with the experience of his leadership, while the time is difficult.”
Warne said, “You have a successor and his name is Rishabh Pant. Dhoni decided to retire.” The world’s second highest wicket-taker in Test cricket believes that there is no need for Dhoni vs Rishabh Pant.
“I believe Rishabh can play in the World Cup, he (Dhoni and Pant) can play together in both the eighties, Dhoni is the keeper and the Rishabh is the bat. I do not think you have to say that it is Rishabh or Dhoni is.
He said, “Dhoni should bat, experienced player, keeper, leader, finisher and pant from 1 to 6. So when Dhoni decides to retire, Rishabh Pant takes care of it. said.
For anyone, who loves a little bit, Warne said that he would like to travel to England for the World Cup as a specialist batsman, despite the young Pant being a string of low scores.
Warne does not like defensive bowlers in limited overs cricket and that is why three of his current favorites are Kuldeep Yadav of India, Yasir Shah of Pakistan and Rashid Khan of Afghanistan, who are “not afraid of being hit”.
When asked about his favorite spinners in White Ball cricket, Warne said: “The top three whom I like to watch and I definitely believe that (ODI / T20) influence of sports Rashid Khan, Yasir Shah and Kuldeep are on the Yadavas, they are all three, the best three are hanging out at the moment and I am actually looking at them the most.
In the last few years, wrist spinners have primarily dominated the white ball’s place due to their ability to take wickets, but veteran Australians refuse to buy the argument that the finger spinner relevance in the format of limited overs Are losing