MS Dhoni retirement from international cricket: Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the most adorable and loved sportsman in the entire cricket realm. He is known for his smart tactics and perseverance on the field. On August 15, 2020, he retired from international cricket. His sudden announcement was a severe shock for his fans across the globe. Dhoni’s retirement left his devotees and the entire cricket fraternity in a state of utter shock.
MS is the only Indian captain under whom India bagged major titles and trophies, including the World Cup, Champions trophy, and World twenty20. He announced his retirement only from the international cricketing domain. But, we will still witness his domestic cricket magnificence because he will play in the Indian Premier League in 2021.
The cricket world’s megastar initiated his international career in 2004, and since then, there seems to be no going back. MS Dhoni‘s presence is a boon for the Indian cricket team. Because he has showcased his immense talent and aptitude countless times. Dhoni is quite prominent as ‘captain cool’ because he steers his fellow teammates with sheer calmness and composure.
The most beautiful part of MS Dhoni‘s career is his rocking six against Sri Lanka in the 2011 World Cup. Which embellished India’s lap with the trophy. The terrific player has been awarded the most significant awards like Padma Bhushan, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, and Padma Shri. MS Dhoni owns a rich string of international records under his name. He is the first Indian-wicketkeeper to achieve 4000 test runs. The incredible right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper took to Instagram and shared the heart-wrenching news of his international cricket retirement.
He put an emotional caption stating the information and a video illustrating his journey with the song ‘Mai pal do pal ka shayar hu’ in the background. MS Dhoni might have retired, but the arena of international cricket will miss and admire him for the years to come.