All is well between Dhoni and Sehwag now: Ganguly

Dhoni-Sehwag rift a thing of past now: GangulyKolkata: The alleged dissention between India’s skipper MS Dhoni and dashing batsman Vireneder Sehwag is thing of past and all is well between the two now. According to former captain Sourav Ganguly said that he had a talk with Sehwag and the Najafgarh Nawab said that everything is fine between him and Dhoni now.

Reports of rift between Dhoni and Sehwag had surfaced India’s tour Down Under where Dhoni had publicly supported the rotation policy, saying a thing and two about the aging legs of the senior players, to which Sehwag had objected to in a press conference.

When asked about if Dhoni liked to play with a fixed set of players, Ganguly said that every captain is different and no captain is perfect. “May be Dhoni believes that this team can win because no captain wants to lose."

Ganguly however said that he would have given chance to young players like Manoj Tiwari and Ashok Dinda if he were the captain of India.

Speaking about his home team, Sourav said Bengal have three good players in Manoj Tiwari, Ashok Dinda and Wriddhiman Saha. “They are of international standard. So it’s a good sign for Bengal. Apart from them, there is also Mdohammad Sami who is also a good player," Ganguly said, adding that Laxmi Ratan Shukla's chance of playing for India is bright. "Laxmi is probably playing his best cricket now. He is an all-rounder which a team needs. If he plays some more good series then I am sure he will get in," said Ganguly.