MS Dhoni Retires From International Cricket, Fans Shocked

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On the country’s 74 Independence Day, two cricket news reports packed the fans. Earlier, former team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket. Suresh Raina also announced his retirement with him at the Chennai Super Kings in IPL a short while later.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who led the Indian cricket team to a two-time world champion, announced his retirement through an Instagram post on August 15. He shared a video in this regard. Thank you very much for your love and full support, “he wrote in the caption. Today, I should be treated as retired at 7.30 p.m.

This video is 4 minutes 7 seconds. It is showing glimpses of their cricket life. In the background, ‘ I am a poet of two moments, the moment two moments is my story, the moment two moments are my celebrity, the moment is my youth. How many poets came before me and went away, some of them went back, some went to the nag and went to the song. As media reports, Dhoni had also written a letter to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) before announcing the renunciation in the public fora.

The news of his renunciation is packed. However, the good thing is that he will continue to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Let us say that Mahendra Singh Dhoni of 39 years has already announced the renunciation of Test cricket. Now he has also said goodbye to ODI and T20 international formats. Dhoni had not played international cricket since India’s defeat to New Zealand in the semifinals of the ODI World Cup last year.

Dhoni started his international cricket career from the match against Bangladesh in 2004. Dhoni has played 90 Test matches so far. He has led India in 350 ODI and 98 T20 international matches. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the only captain in world cricket who has captured the ICC’s three major trophies (ODI World Cup, T20 World Cup, ICC Champions Trophy). In Dhoni’s captaincy, India won the ICC T20 World Cup in 2007, the ODI World Cup in 2011, and the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013.

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