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Fans lash out at MSK Prasad after his statement on MS Dhoni

Dhoni MSK Prasad, India
MS Dhoni (Picture Source - Deccan Chronicle/PTI)

It won’t go as a wrong statement if I say that MS Dhoni is the most followed Indian cricketer after Sachin Tendulkar in the world cricket. Even a small piece of him will make fans go crazy such signifies the bond MS Dhoni generated between him and his fans via his unreal contribution to Indian cricket in each format of the game.

MS Dhoni is the only Indian cricketer to bring all the World Cups to Indian Cricket and always remains as one of the best skippers in the world cricket. He has been terrific for the Indian team over the years not only as a skipper but also as a batsman and via his unbelievable efficiency behind the wooden furniture on the field.

Dhoni MSK Prasad, India
MS Dhoni (Picture Source – Deccan Chronicle/PTI)

Recently, the chairman of selectors, MSK Prasad made a comment on MS Dhoni which didn’t taste well with the fans of the legendary person. His remark on the crowd favourite hurt the Fanism of MS Dhoni and became a victim of their anger.

MSK Prasad’s comment on MS Dhoni:

Prasad said that it is the high-time for MS Dhoni and is no longer an automatic choice in the team. He said that Dhoni should deliver for the country in order to make himself present in the ICC World Cup 2019 squad.

”We don’t say it is an automatic this thing… but we will see. We are all stakeholders. We all want the Indian team to do well. If he is delivering, why not? If he is not, we will have to look at alternatives,” MSK Prasad said when asked about the future of MS Dhoni.

Here is the fans reaction:



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