Dhoni and Yuvraj's ability to finish the match is not the same as before: Mohammad Azharuddin

Former Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin has said a great deal about Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh. He has said that the way Dhoni and Yuvraj played some years ago, now it is not so. According to him, these two players could easily finish the match, but now it has changed. In his words, "They have been playing cricket for 14-15 years and it is not possible to play continuously, so they can not be the same type of finisher."

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Speaking further on this, he said that both players have made explosive batting for India and it is not always possible to dominate the international level in the same way.
It is worth mentioning that Yuvraj Singh returned to the one-day cricket from the series against England in January this year after a long time. During this period, he also scored a high score of 150 in his career and also contributed a lot to winning the series for Team India. During the innings ofYuvraj, Dhoni stood on the other end and was playing with them.

The former captain also doubted Yuvraj's ease at England's ground and said that it would be great to see him in the Champions Trophy. 54-year-old Azhar talking about the conditions said that Yuvraj's game is not in line with that and he has been unable to perform after a century against England this year.
It is worth mentioning that Azharuddin, who is considered to be one of the most successful captains of India, has said these things during a private Indian channel's program. Former Australia captain Michael Clarke was also present with him, but he told Dhoni and Yuvraj's experience the most for Team India.

It is worth mentioning that Azharuddin, who is considered to be one of the most successful captains of India, has said these things during a private Indian channel's program. Former Australia captain Michael Clarke was also present with him, but he told Dhoni and Yuvraj's experience the most for Team India.

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