The former Indian skipper expressed his desire to lead India in the World Cup if Virat Kohli decides to step down following Royal Challengers Bangalore’s three consecutive defeats in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League.

With no Dhoni by his side, Virat was found wanting in the last ODI series against Australia as well. The current Indian skipper has failed to motivate his troops in the absence of Dhoni, who is the most successful skipper in the history of Indian cricket.

Meanwhile, after winning the toss against Sunrisers Hyderabad Virat Kohli’s decision to field first backfired big time, with both Jonny Bairstow and David Warner slamming individual hundreds to lead their franchise to match winning totals.

The visitors were never in the game and were folded for a partly score of 113. Click here to read MS Dhoni’s statement:

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