Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni has experienced a significant slump in his power hitting abilities in the past few years. Once regarded as the world’s best finisher, Dhoni’s waning batting prowess has attracted a lot of criticism for his place in the side.
He received the wrath of fans and pundits when he failed to get going in the final overs of the chase against England when Dhoni found it hard to clear the boundaries with the climbing asking rate. Recently, the senior cricketer was asked about his retirement plans and he hinted he had no intentions to quit soon while simultaneously took a jibe at his haters.
“I don’t know when I will retire. But a lot of people want me to retire before tomorrow’s game,” Dhoni said indicating his annoyance at his vehement critics.