Hindustan Times – Hours after India fell to a 40-run defeat in their tie against New Zealand on Saturday, former India fast bowler Ajit Agarkar suggested that the team should look beyond MS Dhoni in the shortest format of the game.

Summary

  • Hours after India fell to a 40-run defeat in their tie against New Zealand on Saturday, former India fast bowler Ajit Agarkar suggested that the team should look beyond MS Dhoni in the shortest format of the game.
  • (India vs New Zealand, 2nd T20 – HIGHLIGHTS)And Agarkar feels that is a primary reason why a change is necessary.
  • Stating that Dhoni is no longer a part of the side as a captain anymore, Agarkar went on to add that there are perhaps better options the team can fall back on as a batsman in the T20 format.
  • READ | Virat Kohli becomes 2nd highest T20I run-scorer in India vs New Zealand 2nd T20Advocating for younger players to fill in the gap, Agarkar stated the transition would be easier given it’s easier to adapt to the T20 format.
  • Since making his T20 debut in 2006, MS Dhoni’s record in India’s wins in the format has been magnificent.


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