New Delhi: Many cricket experts in India believe MS Dhoni is a very lucky man, and they are not only referring to his luck on the field, something that has helped him win various matches in the past. They are talking about his good fortunes with respect to team selection. Where else will a captain survive the axe depite losing 10 of the last 16 Tests he's played? However, post the Kolkata loss the voices against one of India's most successful skipper are growing.
His defence with the bat may have become weak, but when it came to questions about his captaincy Dhoni stood his ground and said: "Won't quit captaincy. Won't run away from responsibility".
And why not? Why should he volunteer to quit captaincy? Isn't that a call for the selectors to take? But unfortunately, according to some, that's where the problem lies.