MS Dhoni announces his retirement from international cricket.

Captain cool of Team India Mahendra Singh Dhoni today announced his retirement from the international cricket. The news came as a shock to his fans who were expecting to see him playing for India for a few more years.

Dhoni played his last match against New Zealand in the Semifinals of 2019 World Cup.

MS Dhoni broke the news by posting an emotional video on his Instagram account.

End of an Era

Unimaginable popularity, a success that can easily make anyone jealous, and his game that made the audience bow- Mahendra Singh Dhoni a small-town boy with big dreams, made it through all the odds to achieve his goals. Dhoni is the only international captain to win 3 ICC trophies. India brought home the second World Cup in 2011 under his leadership.

Dhoni was awarded the honorary rank of a lieutenant colonel with the Indian Territorial Army in 2011. In 2015, he became a qualified paratrooper after having completed five parachute training jumps from Indian Army aircraft in the Agra training camp.

MS Dhoni is an inspiration to millions of youngsters who dream to get the jersey of Team India someday. His millions of fans are heartbroken over his retirement announcement.

Cricket fraternity and Dhonis fans poured in wishes on social media. “World cricket will miss the helicopter shots, Mahi! “, said the Home Minister, Shri Amit Shah.

Dhoni along with the Chennai Superkings team has left for UAE for the upcoming IPL 2020 season.