Breaking MS Dhoni Retires from International Cricket

Breaking MS Dhoni Retires from International Cricket: A Stellar Career That Started With Run Out Ended  With Run Out

On the Independence day cricketing fans received a sad new of the legend MS Dhoni retiring. MS Dhoni whose international career against Bangladesh and last match played against New Zealand in World Cup Semifinal. Interestingly Dhoni was run out in his first match and run out in his last match against New Zealand. The stalwart of Indian cricket had mad himself unavailable for selection ever since he played World Cup Semifinal. Taking to the Instagram today he ended all the speculations around his retirement. In an Instagram post he mentioned. “Thanks a lot for ur love and support throughout.from 1929 hrs consider me as Retired”


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Thanks a lot for ur love and support throughout.from 1929 hrs consider me as Retired

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The only Indian captain to win all ICC Trophies. Dhoni is the first ever captain to win T-20 world cup as under his captaincy Team India won the inaugural T-20 world cup in South Afrcia beating Arch-Rival Pakistan in final. He became the second captain to win 50 over world cup for India in 2011 after Kapil Dev did in 1983. Under his captaincy Indian won ICC Champions Trophy and also took team to No.1 Status in Test. Under his leadership India won Asia cup as well, unarguably the most successful Indian captain. You name a trophy and you will find Dhoni’s name written on it. Unlike the many players who keep the desire of playing their last match taking a grand farewell, Dhoni simply walked off in silence. He will remembered as modern great a person who put forth his team to achieve for his nation.


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