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“Rather not bowl to him”: Mitchell McClenaghan shares few words on MS Dhoni

Dixit Bhargav
|Sun Mar 22 2020

Mitchell McClenaghan shares few words on MS Dhoni: The Kiwi pacer opined on the legendary Indian wicket-keeper batsman.

New Zealand fast bowler Mitchell McClenaghan believes India opening batsman Rohit Sharma would have made the difference in the overall result had he played the two-match Test series in New Zealand earlier this month.

McClenaghan, 33, opined the same during a recent Q&A session which he conducted on his Twitter account. It is worth mentioning that McClenaghan warned his fans regarding not asking his favourite Indian player as it’s already his Indian Premier League franchise Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma.

There is no hiding to the fact that McClenaghan has been a huge admirer of Sharma for a long time now. Being asked to pick one between New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and Sharma, the left-arm pacer answered the question sarcastically.

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Being asked about the reason behind eulogizing about Sharma time and again, McClenaghan pointed out the Indian limited-overs vice-captain’s leadership skills.

Mitchell McClenaghan shares few words on MS Dhoni

In a hilarious answer, McClenaghan chose not to bowl to veteran India wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni when asked to say some words on him.

How Twitterati reacted:

Having last played for New Zealand during the first semi-final of ICC World Twenty20 2016 against England in Delhi, McClenaghan has since then become a freelance T20 cricketer and plays for various T20 league around the globe.

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