MS Dhoni ready to step down as ODI captain for team India’s welfare
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It hasn’t been a happy ride for Team India in the recent past. Though they had a good World Cup 2015 campaign, they suffered huge losses during the tournament’s build-up. Adding to that, India have been pretty ordinary outside home conditions.

The series defeat in the hands of Bangladesh has added to the woes and Indian One-Day International (ODI) skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Sunday, said that he would be happy to step down from the role of captaincy if that led to the welfare of the team. India lost the second One-Day International (ODI) against Bangladesh at Mirpur and with two defeats they have now lost the series.

Dhoni, who has been blamed for many debacles in the recent past, made a statement that hinted of anger as well as sarcasm. In the post match conference, Dhoni said, “If it’s justified that you remove me that I am the reason about everything going bad in Indian cricket, I would love to step aside.”