Bangalore, Sep 27 (UNI) Former skipper and senior member of the Indian cricket team Sourav Ganguly seems ''not-enthusiastic'' on leading 'Men in Blue' in the future and said 'it is Dhoni's turn now'.
Speaking to newspersons on the sidelines of a promotional event in the city this evening, Ganguly evaded direct reply on the issue of leading Team India, and only said that 'It was Dhoni's turn now and let him enjoy it'.
While congratulating Team India's excellent performance in bringing the inaugural Twenty-20 World Cup to the country he said ''I miss being the part of T20 winning team''.
The southpaw from Bengal, who has come here to play against touring Australia in the first of the seven ODI's in the Future Cup on Saturday, said 'Australia is a good team and always a tough side to beat''.
However, the Indian bowlers have been performing well for the past two months and players such as Gautam Gambhir, Yuvaraj Singh and Irphan Patan were in their best form, he said.
Refusing to comment on the durability of the new version of T20 cricket, Ganguly said, ''we have to wait and watch.'' On what format the game was best, Ganguly said ''we have three forms now and have to learn to live and adjust with all.'' UNI