Mahendra Singh Dhoni Former Captain Of Team India Announced Retirement From International Cricket

Ms Dhoni Announces Retirement
Ms Dhoni Announces Retirement

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former Team India captain, and star cricket retired from international cricket in the evening of 15 August, shortly after Suresh Raina also announced his retirement from international cricket.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni), former captain of Team India announced on Saturday to retire from international cricket. The 39-year-old wicket-keeper batsman played his last international match for India on 10 July against New Zealand in the semi-finals of the World Cup 2019 in Manchester.

Dhoni, captain of the World Cup-winning team, had scored 50 runs in that match. However, Dhoni (MS Dhoni) played 350 matches in his illustrious ODI career and 10,773 at an average of 87.56.

In international T20 cricket, he played 98 matches and scored 1,617 runs at a tremendous strike rate of 126.13. Dhoni retired from the longest format of cricket i.e. Test cricket in December 2014 itself.

He scored 4876 runs in 90 Tests which included 6 centuries and his highest score was 224 runs. Born in Ranchi, Dhoni led Team India from 2007 to 2016, after which Virat Kohli was named captain in all three formats of the game.

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‘’Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said goodbye to international cricket. In the evening of 15 August, Dhoni announced his retirement by sharing a video on Instagram. Dhoni’s one-day international career has been fantastic. Dhoni is considered as the best finisher of Team India’’

Dhoni was a captain of the Indian Test team from 2008 to 2014. In this cricket-obsessed country, Dhoni achieved everything he wanted.

As Ms Dhoni announces retirement unprecedented record of victory made headlines around the world and will continue to inspire many generations of cricketers in India. Talking about ODI cricket, there is no match for Dhoni’s win record and Virat Kohli is still trying to break it.

Dhoni was the only captain in the world who won all formats of ICC tournament. Under his captaincy, Team India won the World T20 in 2007, the World Cup in 2011 and the Champions Trophy in 2013.

Under Dhoni’s captaincy, India achieved the top ranking in the world for the first time in all three formats of cricket.

The ‘Prince of Ranchi’ has however been named among the greatest players in the history of cricket. For India, he played 350 ODIs, 90 Tests and 98 T20 matches. In the last phase of his career, he struggled with bad form, which led to speculation about his future.

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MS Dhoni is the only captain in the world who has won all three major ICC tournaments

However, Dhoni’s career graph cannot be judged. Dhoni’s captaincy, ability to understand the conditions of the match and tremendous agility behind the wicket made cricket fans all over the world crazy.

He never backed down from taking risks. Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has announced his retirement from international cricket today. On this occasion, there is a wave of congratulations on social media.

Sachin Tendulkar, who has been called Lord of Cricket, also congratulated him by remembering the World Cup 2011.

Dhoni Cricket Career in BCCI and ICC

During this, Sachin also described winning the World Cup with Dhoni as the best moment of his life. On Dhoni’s retirement, Sachin tweeted, “Your contribution to Indian cricket has been very important, MS Dhoni. Winning the 2011 World Cup together was the best moment of my life.

Best wishes to you and your family for your second innings. “Let me tell you, Dhoni announced his retirement through a video post on Instagram. With the video, Dhoni wrote, “Thank you for your love and support so far.” Consider me retired from seven in the evening at 29 minutes.

Raina wrote,” It was nothing but Dhoni I enjoyed playing with you on MS Dhoni retirement live news. I am proud of it. I decided to follow your path. Thank you, India, Jai Hind. ”

Dhoni-Raina hug each other after announcing retirement from Cricket

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former Team India captain, and star cricket retired from international cricket in the evening of 15 August, shortly after Suresh Raina also announced his retirement from international cricket.

Both are currently in Chennai, before the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), both have joined their franchise team Chennai Super Kings (CSK). A video has been shared from CSK’s official Instagram account, in which Dhoni and Raina are seen hugging each other.

10,000+ runs and 50+ average in ODIs, Dhoni ahead of Sachin and Ponting

His records in One Day International testify that as fast wicketkeeper as he has been, he has also been a great batsman. MS Dhoni is also included in the list of just 14 batsmen who have scored more than 10,000 runs in ODIs.

In a particular case, Dhoni is ahead of batting batsmen like master blaster Sachin Tendulkar, former Sri Lankan wicketkeeper-batsman, and captain Kumar Sangakkara and former Australia captain Ricky Ponting.

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