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Yograj targets Dhoni, urges Rayudu to return

There is no doubt that the former India fast bowler and Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj Singh hates MS Dhoni. Yograj Singh has once again thrown some harsh words at MS Dhoni after which it caused a massive backlash between Dhoni fans and Yograj Singh on the internet.

Yograj targets Dhoni, urges Rayudu to return
Yuvraj Singh with his father Yograj Singh

Yograj Singh is well aware of Ambati Rayudu’s shocking retirement and knowing this, the former asked the latter to come out of retirement and make it a point, highlighting that “filthy” men like MS Dhoni won’t be around forever.

Ambati Rayudu who played as a middle-order batsman called it quits from all forms of cricket last week. He was also included in the 15-member squad for the ongoing World Cup tournament and despite being named in the reserves, his name was not called even after Shikhar Dhawan and Vijay Shankar picked up injuries and instead Rishabh Pant and Mayank Agarwal were called in as replacements.

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“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,” Yograj Singh was quoted as saying by NNIS Sports.

“Rayudu, my son you took the decision in haste. Come out of retirement and show them what you are capable of,” the 61-year- old, who has played one Test and six ODIs for India, said.

Expressing about how former India captain Sourav Ganguly gave youngsters a chance to play for the team, Yograj, who has quite often criticised Dhoni, said: “People like Mahendra Singh Dhoni will not remain forever, filth like these will not remain forever,” he added.

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