Mahendra Singh inability to rotate the strike in the middle period, Dhoni remains a concern for some time, but the team's bowling coach Bharath Arun believes something else. He said that his batting can not be compared to Virat Kohli, who is now the world's number one batsman. Dhoni scored 28 runs off 52 balls against Afghanistan, while Kohli played 67 runs in 63 balls and his strike rate was more than 100. But Arun said that Dhoni's strike rate should not be compared to Kohli.
Before the match against the West Indies, Arun said, "Virat Kohli is the number one batsman in all formats, so I think it's not right to compare the way he is playing."
Arun was asked if the team management talked about Dhoni's slow batting, then he turned around and responded. "There is constant talk between all the batsmen, the support staff, the batting coach, the main coach, Ravi Shastri," he said. Shastri talks regularly with all coaches. I can not tell you what is the conversation between us but yes if I have to answer your question then there is a constant dialogue for improvement among us.
India had scored 335 runs against Pakistan in Manchester and Arun hopes that the same will happen on Thursday against the West Indies. He said, "If you look at our first three matches, then we actually scored a good score. Making runs on the wicket against Afghanistan was not easy. But I think that there is a problem related to understanding these conditions and adjusting them. "