Mumbai, June 7: India's limited-overs' skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni put the ball on the Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) court when he was asked to comment on former team director Ravi Shastri's statement to elevate Test skipper Virat Kohli as captain in all the formats.
Dhoni, who will lead a second string India team for the limited overs tour to Zimbabwe, said on Monday (June 7), "It's not that I don't enjoy the game, this decision will be taken by the BCCI, it's not up to me to decide on that."
Ahead of the team's departure on Tuesday, Dhoni, while addressing the press here, said India cannot afford to be complacent and the African minnows can pose a challenge for his rookie side.
"Zimbabwe can be challenging at times, our challenge will be slot placing in the batting order. It will be a different experience, will be playing with many players for the first time," Dhoni said here.
India will take on the hosts in three One-Day Internationals (ODI) and as many Twenty20 Internationals at the Harare Sports Club with the first match to be played on June 11.
Dhoni, who has worked with quite a number of coaches during his decade-long career, on BCCI's search for new coach for Team India said the candidate must understand the country's sporting culture.
The board last week advertised for the post of head coach and
set June 10 as the deadline for receiving