Experienced Players Like MS Dhoni Will Win You World Cups – David Warner
The series against Australia showed the impact of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s absence in the team for Indian National Cricket Team. Rishabh Pant failed to fill the void left by MS Dhoni behind the stumps while Virat Kohli was under the pump. Meanwhile, Australian David Warner feels that the presence of experienced players like MS Dhoni is very important.
In MS Dhoni’s absence, Rishabh Pant failed to make things fall in place with his poor glovework behind the stumps. Surprisingly, he received flak right in the stadium, as the people chanted the name of MS Dhoni, whenever, Rishabh missed a chance.
MS Dhoni’s absence was huge for Australia – David Warner
Speaking of the same, David Warner revealed that the absence fo Dhoni made the work easy for Australia a bit. He explained that the absence of a player like Mahendra Singh Dhoni is massive for the opposition, as he can take the game away.
Further, he went on to add saying that the experience is much important than the young players getting the chance in the ICC World Cup. He feels that a tournament like ICC World Cup needs the players, who can tackle the pressure.
“We know MS wasn’t playing the last couple of games and you know from the Australian point of view, I thought ‘that’s a big gap, a big hole and we’ve got a chance. That’s the impact one player like him has from an opposition’s point of view. These are the headaches a lot of teams will have when they are selecting their 15,” Warner told India Today.
“There are 30 or may be 40 guys who could be in that 15-man squad, it’s a difficult thing, like a lot of other countries too. There is so much talent at the moment, good young cricketers but a World Cup is a World Cup, there’s pressure and you need experience.
Recently, the flamboyant Mahendra Singh Dhoni has answered all the critics with his stunning piece of a display with the bat. He collected the man of the series award in India’s tour of Australia and followed it up beautifully in the series against New Zealand.
Meanwhile, David Warner will be back to the action on March 24th. The flamboyant batsman will play the first game against Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens.
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