Prior to the ICC Cricket World Cup, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has made a big statement about Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni. To be told the truth, his statement can prove to be a solution to the debate over not only the captain Kohli but the batting order of Dhoni.
Let us tell you that there has been discussion about Dhoni’s batting order for a long time. Some have to admit that they should come up and some believe that playing Dhoni’s finisher can prove to be beneficial for the team. While Sachin Tendulkar has made a big statement about them.
Sachin Tendulkar said, “My personal opinion is that Dhoni should bat on number 5. Although I still do not know how the combination of India’s World Cup 2019 will be. But if Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma start the innings and Virat Kohli comes in number three then any player came in number four. Yes, Dhoni should get off to bat at number-5 and it can prove to be beneficial for the team. ”
Sachin further said, “After Dhoni, the power hitter Hardik Pandya should come for batting. In this way, you can use experienced batsmen and Dhoni can take the match to the end. At the same time, you can bat explosives with hearty.”
The big statement on Dhawan is that Shikhar Dhawan is the only left hand batsman in the current team India, and Tendulkar also kept his uncomfortable opinion about starting the innings.
Sachin said, “Yes, it should be so. Left and right handlers are always good combination of batsmen. It is difficult to adjust the line and length to the bowlers of the opposing team.”
Sachin Tendulkar has given a clear answer to his three semi-final teams for the World Cup 2019, then he has bet on two teams for the fourth position. According to Sachin, India, England and Australia should reach the semi-finals. Apart from this, one team from New Zealand and Pakistan can reach the semi-finals.
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