Last year's World Cup semi-final saw the last time India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni wore an Indian jersey. He has been away from cricket for a long time since then. But nowadays cricket has changed. The Indian national selectors have indirectly made it clear to Dhoni that if he is to make a comeback in the Indian team, he has to perform now, not in the past. In such a situation, the only way for Dhoni to come back to the national team was to perform well in the IPL.
But the corona virus has caused an epidemic all over the world at the moment. India also could not escape from the clutches of Corona. The whole of India is locked down at the moment due to Corona. As a result, doubts have been created about the IPL this time. As a result, if there is no IPL, it will be much more difficult for Dhoni to come back in the national team.
But Dhoni is desperate to return to the Indian cricket team at the moment, so he chose a different path to prove himself. Receiving India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has expressed his desire to play in the Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy again after thirteen years. Dhoni last played for Jharkhand in the Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy in 2007. At that time, Dhoni scored 123 runs at an average of 61.50. Dhoni has already informed the Jharkhand Cricket Board about playing in the Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy.