Friday , June 14 2024

'Even Rohit-Kohli did not score runs, so why was I fired', revealed after the retirement of the powerful player – News India Live

Bengal cricketer Manoj Tiwari, who played for the Indian team under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, has said goodbye to cricket. After this season of Ranji Trophy, the Bengal captain will no longer be seen. With an innings and 204 runs for the team against Bihar, Manoj Tiwary announced his retirement from all formats. After saying goodbye to cricket, he has created a stir with his interview.

On his international career, Manoj Tiwari said that he would like to question Mahendra Singh Dhoni as to why he was dropped from the team even after scoring a century. He played an inning of 104 runs against West Indies in Chennai. Manoj Tiwari was chosen player of the match in this match. They were eliminated from the 3-match series against Zimbabwe after only 6 matches. Whenever I get a chance, I would like to hear this from Mahendra Singh Dhoni. I want to ask him this question. So, I want to ask them this together.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni also wants to ask why I was dropped from the team after scoring runs and scoring a century. Especially those matches in which no player scored runs. No runs came from the bat of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma or Suresh Raina. Now I have nothing to lose.