Dhoni Retirement

MS Dhoni made his debut in 2004,  then he led ICC event T20 World Cup South Africa where he eventually became the captain, leading India to the inaugural World Twenty20 title in 2007. The Best Captain of Indian history and the best finisher World Cup-winning former India captain MS Dhoni retired from all international cricket on Saturday, ending over one year of suspense on Dhoni retirement also an amazing era during which his often unorthodox leadership of Indian cricket and finishing skills became the stuff of legends of Indian cricket.

In a post on Instagram, the Indian wicket-keeper said Thanks a lot for your love and amazing support throughout. from 7:29 hrs consider me as retired,” Dhoni posted on his social media Instagram handle.

 

Dhoni announced when he joined his CSK teammates in Chennai ahead of this year’s IPL 2020 in the UAE.

 

Dhoni’s last time appearing in India colors was during India lost World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in England.

However, he went down mutually of the best to own played cricket for India, turning up for the country scored 10,773 one-day international (ODI) runs also played 90 Tests, scoring 4,876 Test runs and guiding India to the highest rankings within the world before retiring from test cricket in 2014. during a whopping 350 ODIs, 90 Tests, and 98 T20 Internationals.

No doubt this, Dhoni one among the simplest runners between the wickets was run out following a hard-earned 50 runs in this tense game, shattering Indian hopes and leaving him in a state of disbelief.

 

The last period of his career was, however, marred by a call form, prompting several critics to question his solution to continue.

 

Dhoni signs off as an ODI legend in international cricket with 10,773 runs, averaging over 50 despite batting between No.5 or 6 and seven for a significant chunk of his career as the same as He captained India in a very record 322 international matches and his 110 ODI wins responsible is second only to Australia’s Ricky Ponting’s 165

In Test cricket, Dhoni accumulated 4876 runs at an average of 38.09 and led India to more wins (27) than anyone else before him.

However, for the judge of MS Dhoni’s career runs are not the parameter on which Dhoni’s career can be truly judged.

Recognized a captain cool by some and a master strategist by several others, it was Dhoni’s captaincy, marvelous amazing reading, and observation of match situations and the eye-opening and one fast hand-speed behind stumps that had the cricket world mesmerized

Many in the cricketing community paid their respects to Dhoni on digital platforms and social media, including current India captain Virat Kohli. a frontrunner even after he gave up the official tag of the leader, Dhoni is going to be remembered because the legend nonconformist & amazing soul, who made risks appear as if the well-thought-out strategy.

Pushing himself previous man-in-form Yuvraj Singh within the 2011 50-over tourney, Dhoni’s instincts rarely failed him. He was handing the ball to Joginder Sharma in the final over of the 2007 World T20 in South Africa

Dhoni’s captaincy record, India lifted the trophy 2007, 2011 on both occasions, him to cult status in an exceedingly country which remains hopelessly soft on with all things in Indian cricket.

The IPL 2020 UAE was also his happy hunting ground where he was the revered ‘Thala’, leading the Chennai Super Kings to a few trophies.

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