Justin Langer lauds MS Dhoni’s finishing skills

Australia head coach Justin Langer lauded the finishing skills of former Indian skipper MS Dhoni.

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Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni is a master at finishing the matches for his team. He executed many successful run chases for team India at the International level. He is regarded as the best finishes in world cricket.

Australia head coach Justin Langer recently talked about the finishing skills of MS Dhoni and lauded him as the best finisher in the game. Justin Langer was about to say this as he talked about the shortage of finishing role in the current Australian team.

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Justin Langer said that Australia is searching for a finisher like MS Dhoni till now after the retirements of Micheal Bevan and Mike Hussey. He also praised the England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Butler regarding his role in the England team down the order.

“We’ve been fortunate in the past with a Mike Hussey or a Michael Bevan who are masters at it. MS Dhoni is a master of it, Jos Buttler has been brilliant at it for England. What I’ve learned is everyone in the world is looking for it,” Langer quoted to ICC.

“So it’s a role that’s there for someone to grab hold of. No one at this stage has absolutely secured it, have they? But there are good opportunities there for someone to do that,” Langer added.

Australia recently got white washed to South Africa in the three-match ODI series. Their next assignment will be against the home ODI series against New Zealand which starts on coming Friday.

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