Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s form and future has been under scanner post his Test retirement, but a string of limited overs matches in the next three months will enable the former skipper get some momentum and consistency going his way, feels skipper Virat Kohli.
Dhoni’s form has been on the wane, and Kohli is hoping that the next 24 limited overs matches will help Dhoni get his mojo back.
Virat Kohli This coming season gives us an opportunity to define roles for players and give them time to execute it so that for the World Cup, we know exactly what one player needs to do in certain situations. And it helps someone like MS also because he doesn’t play Test cricket anymore. This long streak of matches will help him be in touch with the international games, find some momentum and stick to itWhen asked about Lasith Malinga’s poor form, Kohli said that the fast bowler has been very successful in his career, and this could be just a bad phase for him.