The speculation over former India skipper MS Dhoni’s retirement from international cricket is on an all-time high. After the World cup 2019, everyone thought that MS Dhoni would take the retirement from cricket, but he took a long break from cricket. Dhoni will not be available for the Bangladesh series next month. He continues his break from cricket. Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly becomes the new BCCI president, and he will take charge on October 23. After that, Ganguly will attend his first selection commission meeting on October 24. Recently, in an interview, Sourav Ganguly speaks about MS Dhoni international carrier in the upcoming days and his retirement plan.
“I will find out from the selectors when I meet them on 24th. I will find out what the selectors are thinking. Then I will put my opinion,” Ganguly told reporters at the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) premises here.
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Asked if a cricketer can take such a long break, he said: “I was nowhere in the picture (when it transpired). So my first selection committee meeting will be on 24th.”
“Let’s see what Dhoni wants,” Sourav Ganguly added.
“We will deal with it. It is too early for me to comment on how we will work on this, but let me take office and then we will discuss this with every member,” he said.
“Day-night Test is the way forward. Every country has to play day-night Test, that’s a long-term future for Test cricket. They (India) are a good side; they will win day-night Test matches also. There is no difference in day-night Test matches and day Tests. It’s just a different ball. They are such class players; they can win,” Ganguly said.