Five players that MS Dhoni backed but Virat Kohli did not

By BetBarter Staff

June 28, 2022

Stuart Binny

Stuart Binny
Stuart Binny (Image source- Twitter)

Stuart Binny was a prospect when India was looking for a fast-bowling all-rounder in all formats. He made his debut for India in 2014 under MS Dhoni’s leadership. The all-rounder holds the best bowling figures (six wickets for four runs) for India in ODI. MS Dhoni also included him in the squad for the 2015 World Cup.

However, he was in and out of the team during Kohli’s early years. He only played Test cricket during Kohli’s full-time leadership. The 38-year-old played his last Test match in 2015. He did not get any chance to play when Virat Kohli became the full-time white-ball captain.