What did Manoj Tiwary ask from MS Dhoni after he announced his retirement from All Cricket Format?

Read the controversy between Manoj Tiwary and MS Dhoni who did not selected him after he scored century against West Indies.

The ex-Indian cricketer Manoj Tiwary announced his retirement from all cricket formats after the match between Bengal and Bihar in the ongoing Ranji Trophy, but the statement he gave when he said that he wanted an answer from Dhoni why he dropped him in the 2011 World Cup about after hitting a century.

Manoj Tiwary played his debut match against Australia, in which he scored only 2 runs, but later on, he was included in India for the West Indies tour as a Yuvraj Singh replacement.

Manoj Tiwary Career Stats

FormatMatchesRunsAverageWicketCenturyHalf CenturyHighest RunStrike Rate
ODIs1228726.0951110471.21
T20Is31515.001588.23
FC1481019547.8632304530354.09
List A169558152.2863640151
T20s183343628.393401575116.43

Manjo Tiwary’s career has been very short in terms of International games because he only played just 12 ODI matches for India and Three T20Is, in which he was not able to impress pretty much.

He scored one century against the West Indies and a half-century against Sri Lanka but missed his chance to be on the Indian team for a long time. It is quite amazing that he asked MS Dhoni why he dropped him when he had the potential to be like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma but was dropped after scoring a century. He also said that he got dropped when Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and Suresh Raina were not scoring runs then, but Dhoni still decided to drop him.

The Bengal Cricket Association used to call him Chota Dadda because he was the 2nd best batter from Bengal after Sourav Ganguly, and even after he announced retirement, Ganguly wished him luck for his future. He has been amazing for his state team, and the amazing thing was that he even played in the same IPL team with Dhoni in 2017.

Manoj Tiwary Political Career

The Indian cricketer also won the seat in Shibpur in 2021 when he was selected as a candidate for the 2021 West Bengal Legislative Assembly election. He joined Mamata Banerjee’s All India Trinamool Congress party and became the minister of state for the Affairs of Sports and Youth.

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