Dhoni Should Be Punished-Sehwag

Previous India opener Virender Sehwag feels Mahendra Singh Dhoni was let off effectively for his irate upheaval on umpire Ulhas Gandhe and he ought to have been “restricted for a few diversions” to set an appropriate model.

Dhoni was docked just 50 percent of his match expenses for entering the field of play to defy Gandhe for backtracking on an abdomen high no-ball.

He has been reprimanded by every last one however Sehwag is the initial A rundown previous India cricketer to request suspension for his one-time partner.

“I feel Dhoni was let off simple and ought to have been restricted for somewhere around 2-3 amusements. In such a case that he did this, tomorrow another commander can do likewise. At that point what is the estimation of an umpire,” Sehwag, known for his straight talk, was cited as saying by Cricbuzz.

Sehwag didn’t mince words when he said that a fitting discipline would have set a point of reference.

“I feel he ought to have been prohibited for a couple of amusements by IPL to set a precedent. He ought to have remained outside and rather have conversed with the fourth umpire with the walkie talkie,” Sehwag said.

“I feel he shouldn’t have gone to the ground when there are two CSK individuals as of now and they were similarly curious with respect to the no-ball,” he opined.

Dhoni’s energy at whatever point he wears the yellow CSK pullover is unmatched and on occasion his inclusion for his establishment in the money rich association appears.

Actually, Sehwag brazenly referenced that he has never observed the Indian captain so fomented when he drove India.

“Had he done this for the Indian group, I would have been upbeat. I have never observed him so furious amid his captaincy days for the Indian group. So I feel he turned into excessively passionate for the Chennai group,” Sehwag said.