MS Dhoni retires from international cricket

16 Aug 2020 03:49 PM

Former Indian cricket team captain and batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket. Dhoni, the unflappable was expert in winning matches, even those which most people thought we're lost. He took forward and refined the in your face, never back down cricket started by Saurav Ganguly and which is now being carried to another level by Virat Kohli.

MS Dhoni captained in 332nd  international matches. Only another 2 -former Australian cricket   captain Ricky Pointing and former New Zealand cricket team captain Stephan Flaming have crossed the 300 mark. Pointing has played 324 matches and Flaming has played 303 matches.

Dhoni has 195 stumpings to his credit. No other wicket keeper has done more than 100 stumpings. Also Dhoni has hit 359 sixers. Wicket-Keeper batsman is also his record.

Following the foot step of MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina also announced his retirement from international cricket. After MS Dhoni announced his retirement on Instagram, Suresh Raina announced his retirement after one minute.

Desk: Sushant Gawas

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