Mitchell McClenaghan
Mitchell McClenaghan (Credits: Twitter)

Last Update on: March 22nd, 2020 at 10:14 am

With not much to do nowadays due to the coronavirus pandemic, former New Zealand pacer Mitchell McClenaghan decided to interact with his followers on Twitter on Saturday. Cricket across the globe is currently suspended as the cricket bodies have come forward to lead the way in the fight against the pandemic.

All the international fixtures as well as major domestic fixtures around the world is suspended. Mitchell McClenaghan was recently in Pakistan for the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) before he left the country due to the coronavirus concerns.

He was playing for Karachi Kings. And hours after he left Pakistan, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) called off the PSL just before the playoffs as cases of coronavirus increased across the country. After the outbreak, the PSL was being played behind closed doors before the PCB decided to postpone it for the time being.

Coming to the pacer’s interaction with fans on Twitter, one of the followers asked him to say a ‘few words about Dhoni’.

In reply, Mitchell McClenaghan came up with a hilarious reply, writing:

“Rather not bowl to him”

Well, Mitchell McClenaghan is not the only bowler in the world who does not like bowling at MS Dhoni. The former India skipper is considered as the greatest finisher in the history of the game. But things have not gone well for him in the last few months.

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MS Dhoni has not played for the national team since the World Cup semifinal in July last year. Just few days after the tournament ended, MS Dhoni surprised everyone by taking a sabbatical from the game which was supposed to last for a month. But MS Dhoni decided against ending his sabbatical and he is yet to play a competitive game since the end of India’s World Cup campaign.

MS Dhoni,
MS Dhoni (Credits: Twitter)

The sabbatical would have ended later this month in the Indian Premier League (IPL) but the BCCI has suspended it till at least April 15. The IPL is being as the tournament which could pave the way for MS Dhoni’s return to the national team. India head coach Ravi Shastri had previously said that the wicketkeeper-batsman could be in contention for a spot in the squad for the T20 World Cup if he performs well in the IPL.

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