Cardiff: Known to accord fitting send-offs to the seniors, it remains to be seen if India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has any plans for Rahul Dravid, who will bring the curtains down on his illustrious ODI career after the final one-dayer against England here on Friday. (Also see: The importance of being Rahul Dravid)
Dhoni's gestures in 2008, when former captains Sourav Ganguly and Anil Kumble walked away towards their cricketing twilight, spoke volumes about the man.
He let the combative Ganguly lead the side briefly against Australia in the final Test in Nagpur, while carried Kumble on his broad shoulders. He also made sure that India's greatest wicket-taker was there at the podium to receive the trophy after they won the series 2-0.