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Pakistan vs New Zealand 2021
Pakistan vs New Zealand 2021. Image Credits: Twitter
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Mitchell McClenaghan Tweets Not To Blame New Zealand Cricketers For Pakistan Tour Pullout

Mitchell McClenaghan, a New Zealand pacer has told Pakistan batsman all-rounder veteran Mohammad Hafeez that the BlackCaps should not be blamed for abandoning the tour of Pakistan, rather if there is someone to blame then it is the New Zealand government.

The left-arm NZ pacer Mitchell McClenaghan, who had first joined Mumbai Indians in 2015, stayed on the bench in IPL 2020 as the team management had a number of overseas options. Hence, his release from the squad didn’t surprise many. Mitchell McClenaghan has 71 wickets in 56 matches for Mumbai Indians playing from 2015 to 2019. Mitchell McClenaghan went unsold in IPL 2021 auctions.

Mitchell McClenaghan
Mitchell McClenaghan (Image Credit: Twitter)

Mitchell McClenaghan Tweets To Mohammad Hafeez Not To Blame Cricketers For Tour Pullout

New Zealand made headlines around the world when the cricket team called off its bilateral ODI and T20 series minutes before the toss for the first ODI between the two sides was scheduled to take place in Rawalpindi. The Black Caps had arrived in Pakistan after 18 years to play a cricket series. New Zealand pacer Mitchell McClenaghan has replied to Mohammad Hafeez after the Pakistan cricketer took a dig at Kiwi players on social media.

“Come now bro. This has a bad taste to it… Don’t blame the players or the organisation… blame our government. They have only acted on the advice they have received. I’m absolutely certain these young men – all wanting to prove themselves wanted to play. they had no choice,” tweeted Mitchell McClenaghan.

Mohammad Hafeez Image courtesy of: ESPNcricinfo
Mohammad Hafeez Image courtesy of ESPNcricinfo

On Saturday, veteran Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez had taken a dig at New Zealand Cricket (NZC) for postponing their tour of Pakistan citing security threats.

“Thanks to the security of Pakistan forces to make arrangements to @BLACKCAPS to reach at airport Safe & Sound. Wonder same route & same security but no threat today???” tweeted Mohammad Hafeez.

The Blackcaps abandoned their tour of Pakistan which came after an 18-year-old hiatus following a New Zealand government security alert, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) informed on Friday. New Zealand was slated to play their first match on Pakistan soil since 2003. The side was to play the hosts on Friday in the first of three ODIs in Rawalpindi, before moving to Lahore for a five-match T20 series.

Imran Khan And Jacinda Ardern Had A Teleconference Before New Zealand Decided To Abandon The Pakistan Tour

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had also spoken to his New Zealand counterpart Jacinda Ardern before the Blackcaps announced they are abandoning their tour of Pakistan immediately.

Imran Khan assured Jacinda Ardern that Pakistan has one of the best intelligence systems in the world and that no security threat of any kind exists for the visiting team but instead NZC decided to return home after their government received a security alert. New Zealand Cricket Players Association chief executive Heath Mills echoed NZC chief executive David White’s sentiments.

“We’ve been across this process throughout and are fully supportive of the decision. The players are in good hands; they’re safe — and everyone’s acting in their best interests,” he said.

Pakistan and New Zealand Prime Ministers Imran Khan and Jacinda Ardern. (Photo Credit: Reuters)
Pakistan and New Zealand Prime Ministers Imran Khan and Jacinda Ardern. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

The New Zealand cricket team on Sunday arrived in Dubai after leaving Islamabad on a charter flight. The contingent of 34 players and support staff are now settling into their Dubai hotel and undergoing their 24-hour period of self-isolation. Of this group, 24 players and support staff will return to their country New Zealand over the next week or so, as flights and MIQ rooms in New Zealand become available.

The toss for the 1st ODI between the two teams was delayed as both teams were advised to stay in their hotel rooms before news of abandonment. A global intelligence alliance issued the security alert which led to the cancellation of the Black Caps’ cricket tour to Pakistan as per a published report. The publication said citing overseas media that the intelligence came from “Five Eyes”, an intelligence alliance of New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the US, and the UK.

New Zealand was scheduled to play three ODIs in Rawalpindi starting Friday (September 17) before the series shifted to Lahore for a five-match T20I series, but the entire tour now stands unilaterally postponed following the visitors’ expression of concern.

Mumbai Indians won the IPL 2020 trophy (Image Credit: IPL)
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Mumbai Indians Can’t Finish Last: Mitchell McClenaghan

Mumbai Indians are the most successful franchise in the history of the Indian Premier League having won the title as many as five times.

New Zealand’s veteran left-arm seamer Mitchell McClenaghan shares a close association with IPL franchise Mumbai Indians (MI). However, the pacer isn’t plying his trade in the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League as he was released by the five-time champions ahead of IPL 2021.

Mumbai Indians
Mumbai Indians. Image Credits: Twitter

Mitchell McClenaghan To Auction His Cricket Gear If Mumbai Indians Finish Last

However, the left-hander has a soft corner for Mumbai Indians as throughout his stint in the extravagant cash-rich league, he represented them. Mitchell McClenaghan started his career in IPL in 2015 with MI. Though he was released by the franchise in between, he found his way back in the team. In his six-year-long stay at the Mumbai Indians, he picked up 71 wickets in 56 matches at an economy rate of 8.49.

Thus, the 34-year-old was left amused when a Twitter user stated that MI will finish at the last position in IPL 2021. On April 22, Thursday, New Zealand pacer hosted a Question and Answer (Q & A) session on his official Twitter handle. During the session, he was asked a lot of questions regarding the Indian Premier League.

Mitchell  McClenaghan also came across a tweet where a Twitter user predicted the position of the defending champions in the points table in 2021. The New Zealander couldn’t help but be defensive about his former team as when a fan said that MI will finish at the eighth position, as he gave a fitting reply.

Mitchell McClenaghan
Mitchell McClenaghan (Image Credit: Twitter)

The Hastings-born reckoned that he will auction every single item from his cricket gear if MI finishes as the wooden-spooners. Currently, Mumbai Indians are 4th on the points table with 2 wins and 2 losses, with Royal Challengers Bangalore, Chennai Super Kings, and Delhi Capitals above them.

Mitchell McClenaghan asked his fans on Twitter whether they see any changed in the top 4. To which a user opined that the 5-time champions will slide down to the bottom.

The Kiwi wasn’t accepting any statements against his former side, and shut down the troll replying, “Are you dumb?”

“Again how? I’ll auction off every item of cricket gear I have for charity if they end up last” the left-hander tweeted.

 

https://twitter.com/Mitch_Savage/status/1385227487135731717?s=20

It was for the second time that MI had released Mitchell McClenaghan. Ahead of IPL 2018 auction, Mitchell McClenaghan was back in the auction and went unsold. He was roped in by MI as Jason Behrendorff’s replacement. The left-arm pacer, who had first joined MI in 2015, stayed on the bench in IPL 2020 as the team management had a number of overseas options. Hence, his release didn’t surprise many. He has 71 wickets in 56 matches for MI.

Mumbai Indians Started With A Loss Against RCB But Won Against KKR And SRH Before Losing To DC In IPL 2021

Mumbai Indians is the most successful franchise in the history of the Indian Premier League having won the title as many as five times in 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020. As far as their campaign in the 2021 edition is concerned, the franchise started their run with a loss against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the opening game.

Rahul Chahar
Rahul Chahar. Image Credits: Twitter

This was followed by the team bouncing back stronger as they won their next two matches against KKR and SRH respectively. However, in their last game against Delhi Capitals (DC), they failed to put up a comprehensive show and thus lost the match by six wickets.

Rahul Chahar is in red hot form. Whenever the skipper needs a wicket, he gets Rahul Chahar to do the job. The youngster delivers without any failure. He remains the go-to spinner in the line-up. If MI wishes to stick with the 3 foreign players formula, then Jayant Yadav is likely to get another game following his all-round show against DC. If there are any changes in the strategy, having Jimmy Neesham won’t be a bad idea.

MI Predicted XI vs PBKS: Rohit Sharma (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Jayant Yadav/ Jimmy Neesham, Trent Boult, Jasprit Bumrah

Nathan Coulter-Nile
Nathan Coulter-Nile
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Nathan Coulter-Nile Not Surprised After Mumbai Indians Axe Him For IPL 2021

Nathan Coulter-Nile was recently released by his IPL franchise defending champions Mumbai Indians, with the Australian fast bowler admitting that he had expected it to happen. even though he had played the IPL 2020 final and took 2-29 against the Delhi Capitals in the summit clash.

The pacer, who is currently playing in the BBL for the Melbourne Stars, didn’t have the best of outings in the last game against the Melbourne Renegades.  The pacer gave 19 runs in the 19th over, as Melbourne Renegades won the contest. To add to his misery, after the game, the 33-year-old came to know about his release from MI.

Nathan Coulter-Nile
Nathan Coulter-Nile (Image Credit: Google)

Nathan Coulter-Nile Expected IPL Axe But Is Hopeful To  Be Picked Up By Other Franchises In IPL 2021

Nathan Coulter-Nile played 32 ODIs and 28 T20Is for Australia but his last T20I was in February 2019 and last ODI was in June 2019. The 33-year-old has taken 52 ODI wickets and 34 T20I wickets. He picked 5 wickets in 7 IPL matches in 2020 averaging 41.2 while he has 41 scalps from 33 IPL games averaging 22.56.

“Yep, that was good, Just got smacked in the 19th [over], get off the field and get told I’m being flicked, get the email,” Nathan Coulter-Nile told Espncricinfo.

Nathan Coulter-Nile
Nathan Coulter-Nile-Getty

Nathan Coulter-Nile was quick to add that he wasn’t expecting to be retained by the defending IPL champions, with the news not coming as a shock to him.

“I was expecting that was going to happen, they paid overs for me, so I thought that was going to happen. Hopefully, I can get picked up again this year. I’ve got nothing else on so hopefully I can get to the IPL,” Nathan Coulter-Nile added.

Nathan Coulter-Nile picked up five wickets in seven IPL 2020 games at an economy of 7.92. He played in the final too, taking two wickets against the Delhi Capitals in the summit clash.

Nathan Coulter-Nile Isn’t Confident About Chances Of Representing Australia

The right-arm fast bowler sounded pragmatic about his chances of representing Australia in white-ball limited-overs cricket. Australia are set to tour neighbouring country New Zealand and play five T20Is next month. However, Nathan Coulter-Nile isn’t confident that he would be selected as a part of the travelling squad.

“I’ve not even thought about, I don’t think I’m in the mix at all. It’s just reading between the lines I think. I haven’t played for Australia in two years or something. So, I think I can just work it out myself,” said the Australian.

Lasith Malinga
Lasith Malinga. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Nathan Coulter-Nile missed a good chunk of the ongoing BBL season with a calf injury. He has thus far played four games, picking up nine wickets at an economy rate of 6.36. Melbourne Stars are currently third on the points table.

Meanwhile, Lasith Malinga, who has now retired from franchise cricket, highlighted the list of released players of MI which also included James Pattinson, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Mitchell McClenaghan and all-rounder Sherfane Rutherford. Uncapped players Digvijay Deshmukh and Prince Balwant Rai were also released.

Sending You Fresh Quarantine Rule Book: Zaheer Khan Hilarious Reply To Mitchell McClenaghan
Mitchell McClenaghan. Image Credit: IPL.
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Mitchell McClenaghan Shares Sweet Message For Mumbai Indians After Franchise Releases Him Ahead Of IPL 2021

In the Indian Premier League (IPL), the release of players can turn the relationship between franchise and players into sour. But Mitchell McClenaghan has openly expressed his happiness of sharing six years journey with Mumbai Indians after being released on Wednesday (January 20) ahead of the IPL 2021 auction.

Taking to Twitter, McClenaghan stated that he was grateful to share the amazing experience with Mumbai Indians. He added that he would miss playing for the franchise. But he ends the Tweet on a hopeful note, stating that it is not a goodbye and hopefully he will be with them again.

“What an amazing journey over the last 6 years. Grateful for some amazing experiences, lifelong friendships and Big thanks to the @mipaltan owners, management and staff to all the @mipaltan fans, I will miss you a lot It’s a See you later, not a goodbye,” he wrote on Twitter.

Mitchell McClenaghan,
Mitchell McClenaghan. Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL.

It was for the second time that MI had released McClenaghan. Ahead of IPL 2018 auction, McClenaghan was back in the auction and went unsold. He was roped in by MI as Jason Behrendorff’s replacement.

The left-arm pacer, who had first joined MI in 2015, stayed on the bench in IPL 2020 as the team management had a number of overseas options. Hence, his release didn’t surprise many. He has 71 wickets in 56 matches for MI.

Mitchell McClenaghan and four other overseas players released by MI:

Lasith Malinga,
Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Mitchell McClenaghan, who last played for New Zealand in the 2016 T20 World,  only participates in franchise cricket now. Since a number of leagues were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he didn’t play a competitive game from March to December 2020. In IPL 2020, he didn’t feature in a match.

Meanwhile, apart from the Kiwi, Lasith Malinga, who has now retired from IPL, highlighted the list of released players of MI which also included James Pattinson, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Mitchell McClenaghan and all-rounder Sherfane Rutherford. Uncapped players Digvijay Deshmukh and Prince Balwant Rai were also released.

Robin Uthappa and Dinesh Karthik - Image Credit: Twitter
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IPL 2020: Oldest Cricketer Of Every Team

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is getting ready to host the entire IPL 2020, which will run between 19th September and 10th November 2020. All the available cricketers are in the final preparation mode before the beginning of this tournament.

While every franchise has many players, who are less than 30-year-old, they also have some experienced cricketers, whose ages are more than 30-year-old, some of them are even more than 35-year-old.

IPL 2020: Oldest Cricketer Of Every Team

Mitchell McClenaghan – Mumbai Indians (34 years)

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Mitchell McClenaghan (Image Credit: IPL)

While the 37-year-old Sri Lankan right-arm pacer Lasith Malinga is unavailable for the IPL 2020, the 34-year-old New Zealand left-arm pacer Mitchell McClenaghan is currently the oldest player in the present Mumbai Indians (MI) squad. He was born on 11th June 1986.

After making his IPL debut in 2015, McClenaghan has played 56 IPL matches. In the absence of Malinga, McClenaghan will get more importance in the Mumbai Indians squad, despite the presence of another New Zealand left-arm fast bowler Trent Boult.

Mitchell McClenaghan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli
Mitchell McClenaghan. Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL
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Mumbai Indians Adaptability Their Strength: Mitchell McClenaghan

Mitchell McClenaghan, the Mumbai Indians left-arm pacer who hails from New Zealand has mentioned that their squad members know how to get the best out of each other, considering that most of them have played together for many years. He made this observation during a conversation with captain Rohit Sharma on the sidelines of the Mumbai Indians’ training session.

Mitchell McClenaghan replied that he agreed with Rohit Sharma as being happy to be back with the Mumbai Indians. Rohit Sharma observed that the IPL is known to be very dynamic over the last few years and that the squads need to adapt to the varying conditions quickly.

Mitchell McClenaghan.
Mitchell McClenaghan. Image Credit: IPL.

Mitchell McClenaghan Added That Skipper And Team Management Always Available

Mitchell McClenaghan agreed with his captain while adding that communication and adaptability have been their strengths over the years, with the skipper and team management always being readily available for the members.

“Yeah, I agree. I think you talk about communication and adapting quickly and that’s always been our strength. Easy to talk to, skipper talks to everyone, management talk to everyone, so that’s not going to be an issue with us, we will adapt very quickly I am sure,” Mitchell McClenaghan said.

Rohit Sharma pointed out that it is going to be a unique IPL, with the team members encouraging and uplifting spirits of each other in the absence of crowds.

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma. Image Credit: Getty Images.

Mitchell McClenaghan responded in a light-hearted manner that it would be a usual thing for him, having played in New Zealand in front of empty stands. He believed that the absence of a crowd would not hamper their team much because the team is known to perform well in away matches.

“We play really well away from home and that’s when the crowd is against us. We have always found a way of banding together when things aren’t in our favour. And that’s what the atmosphere is going to be this time,” Mitchell McClenaghan added.

The left-arm pacer elaborated that all the Mumbai Indians squad members know how to get the best out of each other, with the outfit having had a stable lineup for the last few years.

Mitchell McClenaghan Has A Lot Of Experience In UAE: Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma observed that Mitchell McClenaghan has played a lot of cricket in Dubai, with his experience at the IPL 2020 venues being an added advantage. The Mumbai Indians captain asked the New Zealand pacer how he is planning to help prepare the other team members to adapt in the new conditions.

Mitchell McClenaghan responded that he is already having conversations with the batsmen who have not played previously in the UAE.

“We are already having good conversations. All the wickets here in UAE are all different. Some stay slow, some bounce a little more. Particularly with our batters. Hardik, Krunal, those guys who haven’t played here before,” he mentioned.

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: Google)

Mitchell McClenaghan also emphasized that the Mumbai Indians have the expertise of Chris Lynn and Kieron Pollard in their squad, with the duo having played innumerable matches in the UAE.

“Then you have got Lynny and Polly coming. They must have played a 100 games in the UAE. So those guys have got the real experience. And I think that’s going to help us a lot,” Mitchell McClenaghan concluded.

Rohit Sharma signed off by stating that they are looking forward to the season. The Mumbai Indians are the most successful team in the history of the IPL, with four titles to their name. They would be looking to clinch a record-extending fifth title in IPL 2020.

Sending You Fresh Quarantine Rule Book: Zaheer Khan Hilarious Reply To Mitchell McClenaghan
Mitchell McClenaghan. Image Credit: IPL.
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Sending You Fresh Quarantine Rule Book: Zaheer Khan Hilarious Reply To Mitchell McClenaghan

Mumbai Indians (MI) Mitchell McClenaghan has been in the quarantine in the UAE. Being bored alone in the hotel room, he took the opportunity to have a conversation with MI’s Director of Cricket Operations Zaheer Khan on Twitter. The former Indian cricketer was also quick to reply to him with a witty answer.

Mumbai Indians in their official Twitter account had started a Q&A round with Zaheer Khan. Mitchell McClenaghan, who has been playing for the franchise for the past five seasons, asked quite a simple question. He inquired when he can come out of his room.

Zaheer Khan, Mumbai Indians, Mitchell McClenaghan
Zaheer Khan. Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL.

“Hey @ImZaheer when can I come out of my room please?,” Mitchell McClenaghan questioned Zaheer Khan.

To this, former Indian pacer replied that he is sending a fresh quarantine rule book because he has forgotten the protocols.

“Looks like you have misplaced the quarantine rule book, @Mitch_Savage … I am sending you a fresh one,” Zaheer replied.

Mitchell McClenaghan has made an insect his friend in the UAE:

Mitchell McClenaghan
Mitchell McClenaghan. Image Credit: IPL.

Mitchell McClenaghan question has also stirred the fans to ask a different question to the New Zealand bowler.  One fan asked how is near his room.

“Which 2 players are living on either side of your Room Mitch? And do you talk to them standing in the Balcony?” asked one user.

The speedster provided the full information to the fan although he was also not sure. He added also added that he had made an insect his friend during the ongoing six-day quarantine period and named it Barry.

“I can’t see anyone – although @krunalpandya24 (Krunal Pandya) is 2 floors above me @surya_14kumar (Suryakumar Yadav) 4 floors, and @ImRo45 (Rohit Sharma) a few doors down. I met a fly on my balcony today – I named him Barry.”

Meanwhile, Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders franchise are the only two in Abu Dhabi while others are in Dubai. The IPL 2020 fixture is yet to be announced as the league is set to start from 19th September.

Top Five Best Bowling Figure Registered In ICC Champions Trophy 2013
Ravindra Jadeja of India celebrates taking the wicket of Ravi Rampaul of West Indies and his fifth wicket of the innings during the ICC Champions Trophy Group B match between India and West Indies at The Oval on June 11, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Christopher Lee-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)
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Top Five Best Bowling Figures Registered In ICC Champions Trophy 2013

Under the captaincy of former Indian captain MS Dhoni, India got their hands on the ICC Champions Trophy 2013. They attained victory after defeating the host England in the thrilling grand-finale by five runs.

India had earlier won the ICC Champions Trophy in 2002 under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguly. They were declared as the joint winners with Sri Lanka as the final of the match was interrupted by rain.

Here, we have discussed the bowlers who picked the most number of wickets in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.

1. Ravindra Jadeja: 

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The bowling allrounder Ravindra Jadeja shined in the international cricket after his terrific performance in the Champions Trophy 2013. He announced his arrival through his performance in the tournament and never looked back after that. He is now the pivotal player for India across all the formats.

In India’s winning campaign in Champions Trophy 2013, he was the highest wicket-taker, picking 12 wickets in five matches at a startling economy rate of 3.37 and an average of 12.83. He registered his best bowling figures against West Indies at The Oval. He dismissed five batsmen at the economy rate of 3.60. He even bowled two maiden overs in his ten over quota

Since his record-breaking performance, Jadeja is a regular member of Team India in all the formats. He has so far played 49 Tests, 165 ODIs and 49 T20Is.

Champions Trophy 2013
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Top Five Highest Wicket-Takers In ICC Champions Trophy 2013

Under the captaincy of former Indian captain MS Dhoni, India got their hands on the ICC Champions Trophy 2013. They attained victory after defeating the host England in the thrilling grand-finale by five runs. 

India had earlier won the ICC Champions Trophy in 2002 under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguly. They were declared as the joint winners with Sri Lanka as the final of the match was interrupted by rain. 

Here, we have discussed the bowlers who picked the most number of wickets in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.

Ravindra Jadeja:

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The bowling allrounder Ravindra Jadeja shined in the international cricket after his terrific performance in the Champions Trophy 2013. He announced his arrival through his performance in the tournament and never looked back after that. He is now the pivotal player for India across all the formats.

In India’s winning campaign in Champions Trophy 2013, he was the highest wicket-taker, picking 12 wickets in five matches at a startling economy rate of 3.37 and an average of 12.83. 

Since his record-breaking performance, Jadeja is a regular member of Team India in all the formats. He has so far played 49 Tests, 165 ODIs and 49 T20Is.

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Mitchell McClenaghan Opens Up After A Fan Asked Him For A Few Words About MS Dhoni

New Zealand cricketer Mitchell McClenaghan has recently given his view on MS Dhoni after a fan asked him for few words about the former Indian World Cup-winning captain.

In the wake of the COVID-19 or coronavirus, the world cricket is taking rest as almost every event has been postponed. In this leisure period, the 33-year-old left-arm pacer Mitchell McClenaghan has recently faced the Q&A session on Twitter.

Mitchell McClenaghan, MS Dhoni
Mitchell McClenaghan (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

While a fan asked him for a few words about MS Dhoni.

McClenaghan replied the fan, “Rather not bowl to him ?”

Mitchell McClenaghan made his international debut in December 2012. He was once a regular player for New Zealand as he was the fastest Kiwi bowler to take 50 ODI wickets (in 23 ODIs). But later, his position has been faded away from the national team due to the tough competitions and fitness issues.

Last time, he served for the Blackcaps in March 2016. While he has played one more international match after that in May 2018 but it was for ICC World XI.

McClenaghan has played 48 ODIs and 29 T20Is where he has taken 82 and 30 wickets respectively.

Mitchell McClenaghan, MS Dhoni
Mitchell McClenaghan (Photo Credit: BCCI/IPL)

In the Indian Premier League (IPL), McClenaghan is still serving for Mumbai Indians (MI).

In his cricket career, McClenaghan has faced MS Dhoni for multiple times. While McClenaghan has managed to dismiss Dhoni for once each in the ODI and T20 cricket, Dhoni has achieved better success against him for most of the times.

Mitchell McClenaghan, MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Photo Credit: BCCI)

In T20 cricket, they have met in the IPL tournaments.

Mitchell McClenaghan (bowler) vs MS Dhoni (batsman)

Format Runs Balls Outs Dots 4s/6s Strike-rate
ODIs 35 41 1 22 4/0 85.37
T20s 31 25 1 10 2/2 124.00

(Special Note: T20s means all kind of recognised T20 cricket matches. However, McClenaghan and Dhoni have never met in the T20I cricket yet)

As McClenaghan hasn’t a good experience against Dhoni, the Kiwi bowler feels it is better to not bowl to him.

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