Mahendra Singh Dhoni at Adelaide Oval

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Shilpa C, Student, Apeejay Institute Of Mass Communication

Sunil Gavaskar feels Mahendra Singh Dhoni  is still the best bet for India’s captaincy and wants the BCCI to wait for some time before zeroing in on the candidate who might take over from him in future. Criticized for his unimpressive captaincy and performance in Test cricket, Dhoni has offered to quit the leadership role in the longer format of the game if the BCCI feels there is a better replacement waiting in the wings.  Gavaskar feels there is nothing to hurry and Dhoni is still the best bet for the job. “Dhoni obviously must have felt deeply the 4-0 loss of India.