As rising Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant keeps on doing great in global cricket, numerous specialists are of the view that it’s the ideal opportunity for the Delhi batsman to supplant MS Dhoni as the wicketkeeper of the Indian group. As Dhoni’s capacities as a finisher keep on blurring without end, previous Indian skipper Anil Kumble as of late said that the group can’t rely upon Dhoni to do the completing activity constantly.
In a restrictive talk with Times Now, senior Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir was asked whether Dhoni ought to resign from worldwide cricket. “Execution is the main criteria one can be a piece of a group. On the off chance that you are not performing, you can’t be a piece of a group. Age doesn’t make a difference. I am certain Dhoni will need perform and refute the pundits,” the Delhi batsman said.
Gambhir additionally praised the Men dressed in Blue yet declined to call them as the top picks for ICC World Cup 2019. “India is playing great currently however can’t generally anticipate anything for World Cup. There are some great groups like South Africa, Australia and England. Can’t call any top picks,” Gambhir finished up.
Indian selectors will meet on Thursday to pick the Indian squad for the restricted overs arrangement against West Indies. India will put 5 ODIs and three T20Is against Jason Holder’s men in an arrangement beginning from October 21. The selectors should rope in another center request batsman for Kedar Jadhav who has been battling with hamstring damage. Be that as it may, it is as yet uncertain about whether selectors would report the squad for the whole restricted overs arrangement or for a couple of matches.
In front of the choice, one of the BCCI authorities revealed to PTI that while Dhoni is good to go to play the following year’s World Cup, there is no damage in prepping Pant. “We all realize that Dhoni will play till the World Cup however there is no mischief in preparing Pant, who could be a fabulous No.6 or 7 batsman, who can complete diversions,” the senior BCCI official conscious of determination matters told PTI.