Watching the fifth ODI against the West Indies, maybe the last match of ‘Dhoni’!

If you are the fan of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, you should definitely watch the last ODI against the West Indies on November 1. Yes, we also have reason to do that maybe you do not want to leave the match yourself. Indeed, if you look at the last time in India, yes, if you see the nature of Dhoni (which you probably can never understand) then Dhoni will say goodbye after the World Cup in 2019.

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Now the point is that India is playing the last ODI in the house before the World Cup, after which India has to go to Australia tour. From there, India has to travel to New Zealand. India will participate in the World Cup after New Zealand. Now if Dhoni retires after the World Cup, you will not see him batting in India.

For some time now, Dhoni has not been able to perform anything specially with his batting. If he is not picked in the Twenty20 series against the West Indies then you will not be able to see him in the field. Anyway, when Dhoni does not know anybody knows, how did he retire from Test cricket in the middle of the Test series against England in 2014. He left the ODI and Twenty20 captaincy suddenly That’s why the fans are more afraid.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has not been given the place for the West Indies and T20 series against Australia at the end of this year. Dhoni may be quite fit behind the wicket, but these days his bat is silent. Perhaps this is the reason why the selectors have not given him a place for the T20 series against the West Indies and Australia.

Anyway, Dhoni’s recent performance has been poor. In 2018, he scored 252 runs in 18 matches at an average of 25. During this time his strike rate remained only 68.10. This is the worst strike rate of their entire career. In such a situation, if Donny would retire after the World Cup, then he would not be surprised.

 

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