Don’t push MS Dhoni into retirement,says former England skipper

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Former England skipper Nasser Hussain has said that it is wrong to push former India skipper MS Dhoni into retirement without his will.

In an interview with Star Sports Hussain said that Dhoni has a lot to offer as a cricketer and shouldn’t be pushed into retirement too early.

“Once Dhoni is gone, there is no getting him back. There are some legends of the game [who are] appreciated while around because they are once-in-a-generation cricketers and don’t push him into retirement too early. Only Dhoni knows his mental state and in the end the selectors select and players turn up when asked to,” Hussain said.

“Is M S Dhoni still good enough to get in the Indian side? It is as simple as that. That should apply for anyone across the board. What I have seen of Dhoni, I still think Dhoni has a huge amount to offer for Indian cricket,” he said.