With the forthcoming One Day International (ODI) series with Australia and New Zealand on course, the Indian vice captain, Rohit Sharma has expressed his excitement of having MS Dhoni back in the mix after he played his last game against the West Indies, way back in November 2018.
MS Dhoni has been looking out of sorts with the willow in the past year or so. His inability to rotate the strike, which leads to further pressure on the other batsmen, has been the talk of the town with some suggesting that it would for the best of interest if Dhoni’s kept aside from the playing XI in the ICC Cricket World Cup.
But Rohit Sharma shared his sentiments about welcoming MS back to the squad, as the team is always in need of “calmness” and “wisdom,” which often generates in the field only through his presence.
“Over the years we have seen the kind of presence he has in dressing room and on field. With him being around, there’s calmness around the group, it’s also a bit of a help to the captain, also going down the batting order and that finishing touch is very important,” Rohit Sharma was quoted saying in a press conference.
“He has finished so many games for us, that role he plays is very important in terms of his batting. His calmness, his advice is very important. So, things he does brings a lot on the table for us and his presence around the group is a massive factor for us,” the Mumbai based batsman further added.
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