Dhoni might be a legend of Indian cricket. But the T20 World Cup is about those on the pitch: Rewati Karan

(Rewati Karan is the web editor with The Print. The column first appeared in The Print on September 13, 2021)

 

  • Main pal do pal ka shayar hun, pal do pal meri kahani hai — Mahendra Singh Dhoni used this iconic Mukesh song to bid adieu to his stellar international cricket career on 15 August 2020. “Dramatic”, “unceremonious”, “unconventional” — Dhoni’s announcement had taken the cricket world by surprise when he asked people to “consider him retired”, once and for all. But Mahi is back. And his story is not going to be ‘pal do pal ki’ because he will be seen donning the blue again, this time as a mentor for the Indian cricket team for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates, as announced by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah…

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