MS Dhoni, the first victim of India’s failure in World Cup 2019

MS Dhoni has become the first victim of India’s tragic World Cup knockout, as he is not being considered for the upcoming Caribbean tour, TOI reported on Wednesday.

The wicketkeeper-batsman, who played his fourth and final 50-overs World Cup in England and Wales, will not travel to the West Indies tour.

According to the statement, MS will not go to the West Indies. In the future, he will not travel with the team within India or abroad as the first-choice ranger.

Rishabh Pant will take over and there will be a toilet window for him until he calms down. During this time, MS will assist in the transition. As far as you know, he might be part of the 15, but not part of the playing XI. This team needs a guiding hand on multiple fronts and wishing the MS to be unhealthy.

The humiliating semi-final defeat against New Zealand opened Pandora’s Box with many blaming Virat Kohli – MS Dhoni bond and poor selection for the defeat.

There were even reports of differences and grouping within the team and factional pattern among senior players, including Vice-Captain Rohit Sharma.