Yograj Singh Attacks MS Dhoni After Ambati Rayudu’s Retirement, Says ‘Filth’ Like MSD Will Not Remain Forever

Yograj Singh Attacks MS Dhoni After Ambati Rayudu’s Retirement, Says ‘Filth’ Like MSD Will Not Remain Forever

Previous Indian cricketer Yograj Singh made a solid verbal assault on MS Dhoni on the issue of Ambati Rayudu’s retirement. Father of previous Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh called the Indian wicket-attendant messy, emphasizing that Ambati Rayudu should come back to cricket. “Rayudu, my son you took the decision in haste. Come out of retirement and show them what you are capable of. People like MS Dhoni will not remain forever, filth like these will not remain forever,” the 61-year-old veteran cricketer was cited by NNIS Sports News as saying.

Yograj, who has been reproachful of Dhoni in the past as well, blamed the right-handed batsman for disregarding Rayudu’s determination in the group which drove the last to declare his retirement from cricket. Rayudu, who was a piece of Indian save squad of World Cup 2019, was scorned by BCCI while choosing a substitution for harmed Shikhar Dhawan and Vijay Shankar during progressing Cricket World Cup 2019. Rishabh Pant and Mayank Agarwal were picked as swaps for them. After the BCCI choice, he sent a letter to BCCI advising about his choice to resign from cricket. On the issue, Singh blamed MS for not following Ganguly’s methodology, who advanced a few youths during his days.

Calling attention to that 33-year-old Rayudu has a ton of cricket left in him, Singh stated, “Rayudu should’ve continued playing, more and more. He should’ve played Ranji Trophy, Irani Trophy, Duleep Trophy, scoring 100s, 200s, 300s with not outs. He still has a lot of cricket left in him.”

Prior on a few events, Singh, who played one Test and six ODIs for India, had blamed Dhoni for not doing equity to his child Yuvraj Singh. The left-handed batsman resigned from universal cricket on June 10, 2019.

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