Indian cricket team sealed off the series with total dominance over the South African cricket team. They won the series with a complete whitewash of 3-0. After giving an exceptional performance with the bat and mounting runs on the South African bowlers, the Indian bowlers took only 2 overs to sweep off the tailenders.
As the final match was in Ranchi, which is also ‘the Den’ of Thala of Indian cricket, i.e, MS Dhoni, the long-standing question on the former captain’s future came up in the post-match conference.
Virat Kohli was asked that the new BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said that he will talk to Virat Kohli and will seek clarity on the future of MS Dhoni. To which Virat Kohli replied:
“I congratulated him. It’s great that he has become the BCCI president but he has not spoken to me about that yet. He’ll get in touch with me when he has to,”
“I am sure. What do I say about that? I’ll go meet him when he tells me to. That’s it,”
As the team is currently in Ranchi, the reporter asked Virat Kohli if he will go to Dhoni’s place and meet the former India captain. To which Virat Kohli gave a cracking reply, he said:
“No. He’s here. He’s in the change room. Come, say hello,” Kohli responded with a laugh.
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Talking about MS Dhoni, on Tuesday, when the Indian cricket team won the match MS Dhoni was spotted with the Indian skipper Virat Kohli and team in the dressing room.
MS Dhoni played his last match against New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final where he scored a half-century but couldn’t end up on the winning side. It’s been more than 90 days since MS Dhoni made his international appearance. The fans are waiting anxiously for MS Dhoni to make a comeback on the ground.