After Neesham’s request from Apple, now another kiwi player is handling the charge of making humor over the internet. When someone asked Mitch about his thoughts on facing former Indian Cricket team skipper on the cricket ground. MS Dhoni may be considered as the most destructive player of IPL 2020. As it still can be felt that he still terrorizes bowlers all over the globe.
These days Dhoni is at the drudgery stage of his cricket carrier, as he isn’t playing in any format of cricket. But pacers and spinners around the globe still have nightmares about him.
For example, New Zealand’s Mitchell McClenaghan is one of the players who doesn’t like to bowl MS Dhoni. Mitchell also plays for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League. These days the Mumbai Indian player is in the quarantine period as he recently returned from Pakistan. In Pak, New Zealand’s pacer was playing PSL (Pakistan Super League).
In the self-isolation period, Mitchell does a Q&A with his fans. In his Q&A session, he asked to say some words about MS Dhoni. And in response to this, he said he would prefer not to bowl to the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper ever.
You can check his post on Twitter here.
With his epic reply, it can be seen that former Indian skipper is still renowned for his blockbuster shows of IPL seasons. And somehow his reply is true as he didn’t earn this reputation overnight.
BCCI Decision on IPL 2020 after Corona Epidemic
On Friday 13 March BCCI held a meeting and decided to postpone the event till 15th April 2020.
n an official press conference, BCCI said, “We are much concerned and sensitive about all our stakeholders and public health. We are taking all the important steps to make sure that all the people indulge in Indian Premier League including fans have a safe Cricketing experience.”
It further added, “BCCI will closely work with Indian Government along with Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and all other relevant Central and State Government departments in this regard to stop Covid-19”