His Presence Will Give Boom To Indian Cricket, Salman Butt Bold Remarks On India’s Future

In December 2004, MS Dhoni made his international debut for India against Bangladesh. After just a few games, he became a regular in the team. Since then, he has been a mainstay for India till he made the decision to retire. Indian cricket underwent transition as a result of Dhoni’s engagement, and he won numerous awards during that time.

Dhoni last competed for India in 2019. Currently, there are rumours that he will return to the Indian cricket setup, particularly in the game’s shortest format. Additionally, there has been talk on how Dhoni’s involvement in Indian cricket will help the Indian squad since since rumours of it first arose.

Salman Butt, a former Pakistan cricketer, responded to the news that is now making the rounds in the media by expressing his thoughts and saying that Dhoni’s participation will considerably assist Indian cricket.
The former opening batter referred to Dhoni as a tactical genius and a valuable asset in a video that was released on his YouTube channel.
Butt said, “Indian cricket will benefit significantly from MS Dhoni’s involvement and presence. Because of the type of captain he has been, he would be a big asset when it comes to designing tactical plans for the team. He is a tactical expert with an excellent temperament. He is an asset to them, and they should indeed create a capacity for him to contribute.”

Dhoni was appointed as a T20 World Cup mentor last year. He is the only captain in the annals of international cricket to have captured all three ICC limited overs trophies. There is no substitute for the experience, says Butt, therefore the players will profit from Dhoni’s input.

He further added, “With his kind of a brain, players will be benefitted. Indian cricket will move ahead. You can’t beat experience, you can’t beat the person who has done things himself.”

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