Nobody can take MS Dhoni's place in the side: KL Rahul
KL Rahul understands that he has big shoes to fill. Taking up the role of wicketkeeper-batsman from MS Dhon in limited-overs cricket, the India vice-captain is gearing up for fresh challenges as India resume international cricket in the much-anticipated series against Australia.
MS Dhoni retired from international cricket on August 15 after having not featured for India for more than a year. The World Cup-winning India captain was a crucial member of Virat Kohli's side not just for his batting abilities but his experience from behind the wicket. Dhoni played a key role in helping young India spinners with his inputs and captain Kohli had a seasoned campaigner overseeing the proceedings from behind the stumps.