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Playing 2019 World Cup as a mentor long cherished dream of MS Dhoni, reveals manager

India Today – India – Mahendra Singh Dhoni may have lost his form with the bat but still remains the best wicket-keeper in the limited-overs formats and the player with the best cricketing brain in the current Indian team which is what he plans to make full use of in the ICC World Cup in England next year.

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  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni may have lost his form with the bat but still remains the best wicket-keeper in the limited-overs formats and the player with the best cricketing brain in the current Indian team which is what he plans to make full use of in the ICC World Cup in England next year.
  • Dhoni should play 2019 World Cup because he takes load off Kohli, says GavaskarFor a captain who has won every single ICC tournament and is still the only one to do so, there is little left to achieve but Dhoni is determined to help his successor Virat Kohli lift the trophy, while essaying the role of a mentor.
  • Also Read – MS Dhoni faces the biggest test of his career as World Cup looms closerHis judgement with the Decision Review System (DRS) is unparalleled and if often seen changing the fields and sharing the tricks of the trade with Kohli during matches.
  • Which is why even former India captain Sunil Gavaskar believes India needs Dhoni to play in the next World Cup before calling it quits.
  • Because apart from the fact that he has got the experience, he is so useful to Virat Kohli,” Gavaskar said when he was asked if Dhoni should be a part of the 50-overs squad for the World Cup.


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