MS Dhoni and the speculation on his retirement from International Cricket

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MS Dhoni Retirement News – Reports say that MS Dhoni will retire after the 2019 cricket world cup which is going on in England and Wales. But, when the question about the retirement was asked to MSD he said clearing the speculation by saying ‘’I don’t know’’. But we may never know when that time will come but surely know that Dhoni will give a shocking surprise about his retirement one day. We all remember his shocking test retirement in 2014. It was all of a sudden that Dhoni announced his test retirement after India drew that test match in Melbourne. It seems MSD only told Suresh Raina about that and that’s why Dhoni and Raina clicked a selfie after the match. Raina also told that Dhoni slept with his test jersey a day before he announced his test retirement.

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Dhoni wants his fans and the media to keep guessing, in 2016 too he suddenly stepped down from the limited-overs captaincy after New Zealand toured India. India won the test series under Kohli and under Dhoni, it was the last ODI series for India. India won that too and then before England toured India MSD announced his decision to step down from his limited-overs captaincy. So with Dhoni, we never know what he thinks. His thinking is generally out of the box. Many people want Dhoni to retire but the current skipper Kohli said that MSD is still an integral part of the team.

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MS Dhoni Retirement News

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MSD may have lost his Midas touch but his inputs behind the stumps are still followed and done accordingly. It was Dhoni who suggested Shami to keep bowling Yorkers, it’s a golden chance for a hat trick. Shami did that and he became the second Indian to take a hat-trick in the world cup matches. Dhoni became the first wicket-keeper batsman and the second only Indian player to have played 350 matches for India. He has broken many records and has also made many records. Dhoni is a special player for his true fans. It is hard to see MSD struggling with his form in the ongoing world cup. He has managed to hold on his wicket but we have not seen the old fearless Dhoni yet.

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Dhoni hasn’t been able to time the ball as he used to in his heydays. Now he is struggling to whack the ball, that’s what is hurting his fans. That’s also the reason why he should be promoted to the number 4 slot. He can time the innings well initially and then MSD can go bang bang in the final overs. According to the Board of Cricket Control India, they said that Dhoni might not continue after the world cup 2019. He might not be a part of World T20 which is in Australia next year and that is why Rishabh Pant has been groomed for this mega event. Dhoni’s retirement plan is not yet official but he wants to lift the world cup and give himself a winning farewell.

MS Dhoni Retirement News

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As team India did it to Sachin Tendulkar in 2011 world cup at home. Can this Indian team do the same for MS Dhoni?

India is currently playing New Zealand in the semi-final. The men in blue are just 2 matches away from creating history for the third time.

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