BCCI to bring MS Dhoni back in the Indian Team: Reports
It looks like, after a poor exit from the T20 World Cup, the Indian cricket board is in a full mood to take some steps to put the Indian T20 team on a successful path. Thus, the BCCI has decided to call back the man who won the only T20 World Cup for India.
MS Dhoni was arguably the best captain in the history of Indian cricket. He was the only captain to have won all the major ICC events. And it all started with the T20 WC glory in South Africa in 2007, when India became the inaugural champions with some new faces under his leadership.
And since he left the captaincy of the Indian team, the team hasn't been able to win an ICC event in almost a decade. India won the last ICC tournament in 2013, the Champions Trophy, which came under his captaincy.
He also led India to the 2011 ODI World Cup. According to some reports, the Indian Board is willing to bring him on board for the Indian T20 setup. For that, the BCCI has also arranged a meeting with senior players to have a discussion on the poor performance in the T20 World Cup.
Without a doubt, Dhoni had one of the best cricket brains that have ever played the game. His tactics and cricket understandings might make a big difference and can also enhance the performance of players in the shorter format.
As the next T20 World Cup is scheduled to be played in 2024, it might be possible that he can join the Indian T20 setup. MSD also worked with the Indian team as a mentor for the 2021 T20 World Cup, but it was limited to that event only.
Although, it didn't bring the desired result and India ended with a group exit, there is no doubt that his presence can surely help out some players in the team, which might bring a good result in ICC tournaments for India.