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Don't blame anyone: Irfan Pathan replies after fan slams MS Dhoni for his short white-ball career

Leading the Bhilwara Kings in the ongoing edition of the Legends League Cricket, the Gujarat all-rounder has given several good performances for his team with both bat and the ball.
05:46 PM Sep 27, 2022 IST | APN Live
don t blame anyone  irfan pathan replies after fan slams ms dhoni for his short white ball career
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Former team India all-rounder Irfan Pathan, who regularly interacts with his fans and followers on Twitter, on Tuesday, came across a tweet shared by his fan blaming MS Dhoni for his short white-ball career.

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Pathan, who is currently playing for Bhilwara Kings in the Legends League Cricket, was addressed by one of his fans on Twitter regarding his non-selection in the Indian cricket team.

Taking to Twitter, a user expressed his disappointment over Pathan’s early exclusion from team India and said every time when he sees him in these leagues, he curses MS Dhoni and his management even more. He can’t believe that the all-rounder played the last white ball game at the age of just 29, he tweeted.

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Expressing his frustration for having not seen the all-rounder play for India after the age of 27, the user said perfect no. 7, any team would die for but India played Jaddu (Ravindra Jadeja), even Binny (Stuart Binny).

Pathan came up with a perfect reply to a fan who blamed the former team India skipper and said don’t blame anyone. Thank you for your love.

Leading the Bhilwara Kings in the ongoing edition of the Legends League Cricket, the Gujarat all-rounder has given several good performances for his team with both bat and the ball.

Former left-arm pacer had impressed everyone with his ability to swing the ball when he hit the grounds. The cricket experts and analysts were once compared to legendary all-rounder Kapil Dev in his early career days.

In his short international cricket career, Pathan played 29 Tests, 24 T20Is, and 120 ODIs. He had also played a crucial role in India’s victory in the inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007. Pathan finished his career with 301 wickets across all three formats of the game. Apart his magic in bowling, he stroked 11 fifties and his only century came in the Test format.

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