MS Dhoni News- Rohit Sharma slammed the critics of MS Dhoni after Ravi Shastri


As per the MS Dhoni News the captain of the last ODI & T20 series Rohit Sharma slammed the critics of MS Dhoni in style stating that coming lower down the order he gets to play a very few number of deliveries and that too most of the time during pressure situation

Rohit Sharma added saying that he is the coolest and composed player in the side and his presence in the team always flows out positive energy for the side and his doings for the team is worth mentioning, he always gives up his best when it comes to taking down the opponents on the pitch may it be through his Wicket Keeping Gloves or Batting gloves on

MS Dhoni might have recently got may critics as the former players doubting his abilities for the t20 version of the game but he has got his followers and his loved ones too who always keep backing him up during any stage of his career

Recently Rohit Sharma has joined the club to support MSD and the vice-captain himself has given loads of chances to the former Captain MS Dhoni who is performing very well in the no. 4 spot

Speaking to India Today, Shastri had also wondered why Dhoni was being criticised when he was still extremely fit.

“We are not stupid. I have been watching this sport for the last 30-40 years. Virat has been a part of this team for a decade now. We know, at this age, he can beat players aged 26. People who talk, forget that they played the game. If they look themselves in the mirror and ask the question, ‘what they were at the age of 36?’ Would they have run two runs faster?'” Shastri told India Today. “But the time they finish two, this guy will run three. Then he has won only two World Cups and averages only 51. Till today you don’t have a wicket-keeper to replace him in the one day team.”

“He is still one of the best around, not only in the Indian team, but the world. Some of the things you see with him are not sold in the market. You will not get it anywhere else.

“The fact that he does not play Test cricket, means he should be playing as much cricket as possible till the World Cup in 2019”

Dhoni, who was in indifferent form over the last couple of years in ODIs, finished with 788 runs from 29 matches in 2017. He had also scored a hundred against England in January and played a few crucial knocks for the team just when it looked like the opposition had the upper hand. His next challenge would be a tour of South Africa for six ODIs and three T20Is.