New Delhi: Sourav Ganguly, former India captain, has asked Sachin Tendulkar to think about his career in the shorter format of the game and decide if "he's still good enough to play in the ODIs".
Speaking to a news channel, Ganguly said: "Sachin has to ask himself whether he is good enough to play one-day cricket day in and day out; whether it's helping him missing tournaments and playing a one-day series after 8-9 months; whether it's helping him as a one-day player or if it's helping Indian cricket as a one-day team. If Sachin can't get an answer to these questions, he has to go." (Also Read: Rift in Team India? Sehwag takes a dig at Dhoni)
Ganguly also added that Sachin needed to ask himself whether he can play in 2015 World Cup. The senior batsman has scored only 90 runs in five ODIs so far in the ongoing tri-series in Australia.