MS Dhoni must have been banned: Virender Sehwag
Chennai : Speaking over the no-ball controversy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former Indian player Virender Sehwag said that authorities went lenient over him, Chennai Super Kings skipper should have been banned for such attitude.
A fine of 50 per cent of the match fees has been imposed on Mahendra Singh Dhoni for entering the field of play to confront Gandhe for backtracking on a waist-high no-ball.
"I feel Dhoni was let off easy and should have been banned for at least 2-3 games. Because if he did this, tomorrow another captain can do the same. Then what is the value of an umpire," Sehwag, known for his straight talk, was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
Sehwag also said that proper action would have set an example for the others.
"I feel he should have been banned for a few games by IPL to set an example. He should have stayed outside and instead have talked to the fourth umpire with the walkie talkie," Sehwag said.
"I feel he shouldn't have come to the ground when there are two CSK members already and they were equally inquisitive regarding the no-ball," he opined.