Kolkata, July 7: Backing former Indian skipper Mahendra Sing Dhoni over his recent poor batting performance in the fourth One-Day International against the West Indies Dhoni's his childhood coach Chanchal Bhattacharya said that just because of one bad day we should not question the abilities of the legendary player."Every day is not a Sunday," Bhattacharya said when asked about the innings.
Calling him as the best finisher Bhattacharya mentioned that it was just an off day for M S Dhoni where he missed few chances, he was not up to the mark in that innings he admitted.Refuting all the criticism Dhoni’s coach specially mentioned that the former India captain is still good enough to play in the 2019 World Cup. The boosting praise came on the eve of Mahendra Singh Dhoni's 36th birthday.
Recounting his greatest achievements Bhattacharya stated that Dhoni, who has won a trio of ICC events -- 2011 50-over World Cup, 2007 T20 World Cup, and the 2013 Champions Trophy so detractors should stop questioning his game o. Taking pot-shot on Dhoni critics Bhattacharya said, "He is still one of the fittest players around and he is someone who will step down when he feels the time is right. No one has to tell him when to retire.