Former captain of India MS Dhoni is retiring from international cricket .

MS Dhoni declared on Saturday his retirement from international cricket .  He pulled down the curtain on his impressive 15-year career as an Indian cricketer . He announced his retirement from all forms of cricket .  MS Dhoni played international cricket as one of the greatest wicketkeepers and his record speaks for itself . The 39-year-old last played semi-final defeat to New Zealand at Old Trafford . In Manchester for India in the 2019 World Cup, held on July 9 and 10 over two days  .

MS Dhoni wrote on Instagram post of a montage  with the national team “Thanks a lot for ur love .  And he also said told about their  encouragement throughout from 1929 hours find me as Retired.”

MSD took retirement from international form of cricket
MSD took retirement from international form of cricket

Dhoni, who revealed that he had withdrawn from Tests in 2014, has played 350 ODIs and 98 T20Is.

He , who revealed that he had withdrawn from Tests in 2014, has played 350 ODIs and 98 T20Is.

He added another feather to his hat in January 2019 .  Ms Dhoni  became fifth Indian and twelfth overall in ODI history to score 10,000 runs .  The former Indian skipper reached the milestone at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 12 during first ODI against Australia .

He joined Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, Kumar Sangakkara, Sanath Jayasuriya and Brian Lara .  The former Indian skipper reached the milestone at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 12 during first ODI against Australia.

Dhoni ‘s career has been a hot talk subject since his cricket sabbatical from India’s World Cup exit . He has not played any sort of cricket in the last year since the loss in New Zealand . Indicating he might have played his last colors in India .  Nonetheless, he  will feature in the IPL where he will be captaining the Chennai Super Kings in the 13th season . Going to held  in  UAE  . He burst onto the scene as a 23-year-old batsman, making his India debut in an ODI . And against Bangladesh in December 2004  is Ms Dhoni .  Dhons, following a disappointing World Cup 2007 in the West Indies.

After a disappointing 2007 World Cup in the West Indies .  Dhoni was tasked with playing the first ever T20 World Cup in South Africa with a youthful Indian side . Where India defeated Pakistan in a riveting final to win the trophy . Dhoni ‘s career as batsman and captain .  MSD took off from there and reached unprecedented heights . He led India to Australia’s CB tri-series victory in March 2008 defeating the hosts in back to  back finals . He shepherded India to the top of ICC Test Championships in 2009, establishing him long as India’s best captain . MSD shepherded India to the top of ICC Test Championships in 2009, establishing him long as India’s best captain.

3 Replies to “Former captain of India MS Dhoni is retiring from international cricket .”

  1. I started to watch cricket when I saw DHONI ❣️for me no Dhoni means no cricket.
    No substitute for you sir ❤️❤️
    We really going to miss you ❣️
    Love you 4000 ❣️❣️

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