Dhoni defends Sehwag’s omission, says can’t justify every move

MS Dhoni, India’s captain, has defended his decision to leave Virender Sehwag out and play three specialist spinners against Australia, saying tournaments like World Twenty20 merited a “horses for courses” policy. It was India’s first Super Eight match of this World Twenty20: they scored 140, which Australia chased inside 15 overs.
Irfan Pathan, opening in Sehwag’s absence, scored 31 off 30, failing to kick on after a good start. Piyush Chawla, effectively the extra spinner accommodated through Sehwag’s omission, went for 14 runs in one over. The same combination, though, had worked well…

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