On Tuesday, Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from Test Cricket with immediate effect.
Soon after the conclusion of the Boxing Day Test between Australia and India in Melbourne, Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from the five-day format with immediate effect, citing he was strained playing all formats of cricket.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been one of India’s biggest and best players, scoring 4876 runs in 90 Test games.
Virat Kohli to take over as Indian cricket captain from January 6, for the rest of the Australian test series in Sydney.
One Thing We Need To Notice:
No farewell matches like Sachin
No Emotional Press Conference Like Dravid.
He came out to bat today. Bailed India out of trouble with his calm batting.. Managed a DRAW for his country..
Then, gave a SMILING Interview in the presentation ceremony.
Praised all his team mates for their effort in the test match.
Didn’t uttered a single word about his retirement.
Then, walked away SILENTLY.
He announced it through a press release so that he avoids talking with the media about himself.
Retires 124 short of 5000 runs,
10 short of 100 Tests,
6 short of 300 dismissals.
But, MS Dhoni doesn’t chase records, they just happen! Like it did in his very last Test innings where Dhoni broke another record – most runs by an Indian captain.
And you said GOOD BYE as a SELFLESS warrior!
MASSIVE RESPECT MS DHONI!
Thank You MS…