Dwayne Bravo Is Sure About MS Dhoni Playing In T20 World Cup 2020
Dwayne Bravo is confident that MS Dhoni will play the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia. The West Indies all-rounder, who has called off his T20I retirement and is ready to make a comeback in the international cricket, spoke about the teachings which he has learnt from his CSK captain.
Well, everyone is curious to know the future of MS Dhoni in Indian cricket while the former Indian captain is busy in attending the different events. In one of the events, he was asked about his plan to join the Indian team. The wicketkeeper clearly expressed to not ask him till January. His sabbatical break has increased his speculations of retirement.
MS Dhoni has never retired – Dwayne Bravo
Dhoni’s replacement, the youngster Rishabh Pant still needs time to improve his performance. Meanwhile, there were speculations that MS Dhoni would be the part of T20 World Cup next year. But Bravo is sure that Dhoni will be the part of the next year’s assignment in Australia.
“Dhoni has never retired. So I think he will be there at the World T20. MS has never let things outside cricket influence him and he has taught us the same and told us to never panic and trust our abilities,” Bravo told TOI on Friday.
Dwayne Bravo is happy with Kieron Pollard’s captaincy
On Friday (13th December), Bravo confirmed his return in the T20I format. He has also given the reason for his u-turn from retirement. According to him, it is a good time to make a comeback in the team as now the West Indies cricket is in safe hands.
“I feel good physically and I still have a lot to offer. I had retired because of off-field politics. But there is a change of leadership both on and off the field. So I felt that it is a good time to come back.
He is impressed with the captaincy of the allrounder Kieron Pollard, who has given the first victory to the team in ODI series after five years. Bravo opines that under Pollard’s captaincy the youngsters are given the freedom to play fearlessly.
“Pollard knows how to inspire players. What Pollard and Simmons have ensured is that they have given plenty of freedom to youngsters. There is room to make mistakes and learn from them. This freedom to express themselves is making the youngsters play a fearless brand of cricket and that is the way forward. We have decent pacers and exuberant batsmen too. What they need are game-time and guidance,” Bravo said.
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