MS Dhoni: Former Team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni retired from international cricket
Hello friends, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former captain of Team India, has announced his retirement from international cricket by surprising everyone. It means that now MS Dhoni will not be seen in the ODI team’s jersey, nor will he be seen playing T20. But Mahi will continue to play in the Indian Premier League for Chennai Super Kings.
Said goodbye to cricket via Instagram post: MS Dhoni
Mahendra Singh Dhoni wrote in his Instagram post, “Thank you very much for the love and support from all of you. I have to be considered retired since 7:29 pm today.”
Why did Mahi take farewell to the cricket world:
The World Cup semi-final was between India and New Zealand. India was staggeringly close to victory. Dhoni sprinted, usually when he runs, he arrives on time. He missed that day. A direct throw from Martin Guptill dismissed Dhoni.
Dhoni returned sad and heavy-hearted. Many people probably realized that he was seeing his favorite player in India’s jersey for the last time. But there was a hope that Mahi should leave the ground. Like every big player, he will be given a pleasant departure.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni expected to be in World Cup:
Ravi Shastri also said that Dhoni’s return would be determined by how he performs in the IPL. But this year’s World Cup was postponed. There is still one month left in the IPL. But Dhoni knows that perhaps he will not be at that pace until next year’s T20 World Cup.
Will continue to contribute towards strengthening Indian cricket: Amit Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that I, too, take part in the greetings of millions of cricket fans worldwide. I thank Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his unique contribution to Indian cricket. I hope he will continue to contribute towards strengthening Indian cricket in the times to come.
Best wishes to MSD for his bright future. The world will miss helicopter shots.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is fit as before:
On Dhoni’s retirement from international cricket, his former coach Chanchal Bhattacharya said, “It is a shocking decision, but he had already informed the board about it. The number of days he played presented his full potential. He will continue to play IPL even further. Even today, he is fit as before.”
Virat Kohli becomes emotional:
Team India’s current captain Virat Kohli, passionate about the retirement of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, said, “Every cricketer has to end his journey one day. Everything you have done for the country will always be in everyone’s heart.”
Entered his name among the great players:
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made his name among the greatest players in the history of cricket. Let me tell you that for India, he has played 350 ODIs, 90 Tests and 98 T20 matches. In the last phase of his career, he struggled with poor form. There was speculation about his future.