New Zealand allrounder Mitchell McClenaghan on Saturday claimed former India skipper MS Dhoni as the one batsman he would ‘rather not bowler to him’ during a Q&A session on Twitter #AskMitch.

At the age of 38, Dhoni still remains a huge threat to oppositions, despite not playing international cricket since India’s loss in the ICC Cricket World Cup semi-finals against New Zealand.

The fast bowler hilariously replied to the question saying that it is good not to bowl against the Indian veteran. Mitchell McClenaghan took to his Twitter handle and wrote “Rather not bowl to him.”

McClenaghan plys his trade for the Mumbai Indians franchise in the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL0, whereas, Dhoni is the skipper of Chennai Super Kings (CSK). The two have played against each other at various levels and know one another’s strengths.

Meanwhile, due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) postponed IPL to April 15. Also, it is still not confirmed if the upcoming season of the league will get underway due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has said that if at all the tournament has to go on, it has to be a truncated one as time is already lost. BCCI has also said in a statement issued that any decision regarding IPL would be taken keeping the health and welfare of fans and cricketers in mind.

Not just cricket, most of the sporting events across the globe have been suspended, postponed or are taking place behind closed doors.