Mahendra Singh Dhoni Retire from International Cricket
The End of Era: Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni retire from international cricket on Independence Day. Dhoni Share an Instagram Video of his memories with Cricket Signature with a background hindi Song “Main Pal do Pal ka Shayar Hoon.
MS Dhoni, who did not play international match after the World Cup 2019 Semi-final against New Zealand, announced his retirement from the International Cricket, by publishing in the Instagram video of his memories of cricket with the signature: Thank you for your love and support during the year 1929 consider me a pensioner (sic).
Interestingly, the background in his Instagram video was showing the popular Hindi song: Mein pal do pal ka Shayar hoon.
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In his famous career for 15 years, Dhoni played 350 ODI and 98 T20 Internationals. He scored 10,773 runs, which included 73 Half-Centuries and 10 centuries. In T20I, he played with a more balanced approach, making 1617 runs an average of over 30. The Hard-Hitter batsman debuted in Bangladesh in December 2004, a match in which he was out for a duck.
Dhoni Finishes in Style:
Dhoni finishes off in style!
He has retired from international cricket 16 years after making his debut 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/1e5ymqhd4O
— ICC (@ICC) August 15, 2020
Dhoni, who began to be intricate and difficult to be a batsman, later became the backbone of the Indian middle-order for his sequential running. He retired, the average mean of an average of more than 50 in ODI – a rarity for Bethsman, who played in an average order, and Austria’s Michael Bevan was the only other cricket.
After going to the captain after the ODI World Cup 2007, Doni led his team to win the introductory T20 World Cup T20, the 2011 Cricket World Cup, and the Champions Trophy 2013. By January 2017, he headed the team of Indian cricket in a record 200 ODI and 72 Т20 AND when he announced the resignation of the captain.