New Delhi: Indian cricket team's limited-over skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's inconsistency with the willow is an area of serious concern ahead of the ICC World T20.
Dhoni is struggling to score runs for his home team Jharkhand in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, India's premier domestic ODI tournament.
In fact, out of the three matches he has played thus far, the 34-year-old has only accumulated mere 71 runs, with innings of 9, 44, 18 respectively.
Interestingly, the match in which Dhoni scored 44, Jharkhand ended up on the losing side, while won the other two matches quite convincingly.
India's most successful limited-overs skipper Dhoni has somewhat lost his 'midas touch' in the recent past.
It's not just his indifferent form with the bat but his reflexes have also slowed down a bit.
With prestigious ICC World T20 scheduled to start within two months time, March 16, it's certainly an area of concern for Team India, who will look to win the title at home.
If India are to reclaim the title, the best finishers in the world will need to hit some form.