MS Dhoni made himself unavailable for the upcoming tour of the West Indies, since the former Indian captain decided to train with the Territorial Army battalion of the paratroopers regiment. After India's semi-final exit in the recently closed 2019 World Cup, speculation about MS Dhoni's pension began to grow. Dhoni, however, opted for the tour of the West Indies instead. The MSK Prasad-led selection committee announced the 15-man squadrones for the Windies tour on Sunday, with the lead selector saying that MS Dhoni was not available for the series and Rishabh Pant would be the only wicket-keeper batsman in the limited overs-format .
While MS Dhoni's decision to serve time in the army is praised by all cricket fans everywhere, former English cricket player David Lloyd used a smiling emoji after it was revealed that MS Dhoni will not be part of the Indian team.
– David & # 39; Bumble & # 39; Lloyd (@BumbleCricket) July 20, 2019
Following David Lloyd's tweet, former England was heavily followed on Twitter.
He is a real world cup winner. But you have paid and https://t.co/DsHcTFaezl, you have the World Cup.
– Gopal krish (@ Gopalak90960166) July 22, 2019
The funny thing is that he is only honorary lieutenant colonel and I think he once jumped out of an airplane.
– Hasham (@defactopitbull) July 20, 2019
why even this cartoon character from @lancscricket is laughing ?! You with less than 20 international matches and your entire career does not even score half @msdhoni& # 39; S! What do you qualify for except earn a living that players like MSD describe?
– Mubashir (@rubusmubu) July 22, 2019
If you don't feel like it, do you want to laugh 2, please look mirror and smile
– venki7 (@Smart_Smasher) July 22, 2019
On Sunday, the selection panel announced that Virat Kohli would lead the team in all formats. The big news from the selection was that fit-again Shikhar Dhawan is back in the team for all three formats.
Also Ravindra Jadeja, after having played brilliantly with the bat and the ball in the limited opportunities he got in the 2019 World Cup, was chosen for each format.
India & # 39; s tour through the West Indies includes three T20 internationals, three one-day internationals and two test competitions.
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