MS Dhoni announces retirement from international cricket. Indian wicketkeeper-batsman and previous chief Mahendra Singh Dhoni reported his retirement from global cricket on Saturday in an obscure message posted on Instagram He is currently leading Chennai Super King (CSK) in the IPL 2020.
Dhoni, who turned 39 in July, quit Test cricket in 2014 and has not played a restricted overs coordinate for India since taking a break after the group’s semi-last exit at the 50-overs World Cup in July a year ago.
MS Dhoni announces retirement from international cricket
“Much obliged for your affection and backing all through. From 1929 hrs think about me as Retired,” he composed on Instagram with a video montage which had pictures from his 15-year global profession.
As commander, Dhoni drove India to the debut Twenty20 World Cup title in 2007 and he rehashed the accomplishment at the 50-overs World Cup on home soil in 2011.
Dhoni closes his ODI profession having played 350 matches, scoring 10,773 runs and affecting 444 excusals. He holds the record for most excusals in T20 internationals with 91 of every 98 matches.
He likewise chiefs the Chennai Super Kings in the establishment based T20 Indian Premier League yet didn’t determine in the event that he has resigned from all cricket.