Ms. Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket, bringing down the curtain on his illustrious 15-year career as an India player.
MS Dhoni announced his retirement from worldwide cricket on Saturday, as he brought the drapery down on his renowned 15-year vocation as an India cricketer when he announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. MS Dhoni has been outstanding amongst other wicketkeepers to play worldwide cricket and his record justifies itself with real evidence. The 39-year-old last played for India in the World Cup 2019 semi-last misfortune to New Zealand at Old Trafford in Manchester, played more than two days on July 9 and 10.
“Much appreciated for ur love and backing throughout.from 1929 hrs think about me as Retired,” MS Dhoni composed alongside an Instagram post of a montage catching his profession with the national group.
Dhoni, who had announced his retirement from Tests in 2014, has played 350 ODIs and 98 T20Is.
In 350 ODIs, Dhoni has scored 10773 runs at a normal of 50.57. He has 10 centuries and 73 fifties to his name.
Dhoni has amassed 1617 runs in 98 T20Is at a normal of 37.60, including two half-hundreds of years.
In January 2019, Dhoni added another plume to his top as he got fifth Indian and twelfth generally speaking in ODI history to score 10,000 runs. The previous India captain accomplished the achievement during first ODI against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground on January 12.
Dhoni joined any semblance of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, Kumar Sangakkara, Brian Lara and Sanath Jayasuriya on the first class list.
The 2011 World Cup winning captain is only the second wicketkeeper-batsman to touch the 10000-run mark. Sangakkara was the first designated wicketkeeper-batsman to achieve the landmark.
Under Dhoni’s captaincy, India lifted the 50-over World Cup in 2011 and the World Twenty20 in 2007. Dhoni also led India to the ICC Champions Trophy triumph in 2013 in England.