Even though men-in-blue led by Virat Kohli had won the recently concluded three-match T20 International series against New Zealand by 2-1, yet many former Indian players have been targeting Mahendra Singh Dhoni over his form in T20Is.
Recently, after VVS Laxman, Ajit Agarkar had come forward to oppose MS Dhoni's placement in the T20I squad. Supporting the views of VVS Laxman and Ajit Agarkar, the former India Test cricketer Aakash Chopra had also registered himself in the list of Anti Dhoni squad.
“For the Sri Lanka tour to India, maybe time is ripe to try somebody else, keep them in the loop. Because Dhoni’s numbers have overridden the last year and year and a half, it has dwindled,” Chopra was quoted saying.
Among all the chaos, the Captain cool of India MS Dhoni is trying to recreate the steps of John Abraham from the song 'Jhak maar ke' from the film Desi Boys. A video is getting viral on the Internet in which MS Dhoni is seen dancing on the 'Jhak maar ke' song.
Here is the video:
Although there are many who are opposing Dhoni's placement in the T20 squad, yet the Indian skipper Virat Kohli came in the full support of former India captain. "I don't understand why are people only pointing him out?" Kohli said.
Virat further added, "If I fail three times, no one is going to point fingers at me because I'm not over 35. The guy is fit, he is passing all the fitness tests, he is contributing to the team in every way possible, tactically on the field, with the bat. If you look at the series against Sri Lanka and Australia, he did really well and in this series, he hasn't got much time to bat."