'Dhoni Retires' Hashtag Trends on Twitter, MS Dhoni Fans Share Funny Memes to Shut Down Former Indian Skipper’s Retirement Rumours!
MS Dhoni (Photo Credits: Getty Images | Twitter)

MS Dhoni fans came to action on Twitter on Tuesday after #DhoniRetires became a top trend on the micro-blogging platform. Former Indian skipper’s fans shared hilarious memes and funny comments to slam those who were making the trend popular in India. There were no news or reports regarding MS Dhoni’s retirement, however, #DhoniRetires became a top trend in India. Captain Cool’s fans were angered over the fake trend and shut down MS Dhoni's retirement rumours. MS Dhoni Meets Shahbaz Nadeem, Ravi Shastri and Others in Team India Dressing Room Post Virat Kohli & Co.’s 3–0 Series Win Over South Africa; Netizens Excited on Seeing ‘Thala’!

While some shared funny memes to slam those who popularised rumours on Dhoni’s retirement, some others shared how they felt after witnessing MS Dhoni’s retirement trends on Twitter. Some also lauded Dhoni for his contribution to cricket in India. Have a look at some of the funny tweets and funny memes. Glenn Maxwell Goes Big, Executes MS Dhoni's Helicopter Shot to Perfection During 1st T20I Match Against Sri Lanka (Watch Video). 

MSD Fans in Action!

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Dhoni Retirement Rumours!

Shoot at Sight!

This is not the first time that MS Dhoni’s retirement has become a trending topic on social media. Earlier, Virat Kohli shared a photo with Dhoni which made fans think about the latter’s possible retirement from cricket. MS Dhoni's retirement became trending news after ICC World Cup 2019. Many had thought MS would retire from cricket after the ICC World Cup 2019, in which India were the favourites to bag the title. However, after India were evicted from the tournament due to semi-final loss to New Zealand, confusion emerged over Dhoni’s retirement from cricket.

Dhoni has not played a single cricket match since ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. He made himself unavailable for India’s tour of West Indies 2019. Later, he also opted out of India vs South 2019 series. Moreover, he is also not part of the upcoming home series against Bangladesh. In his absence, other wicket-keepers like Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha were allotted a chance as primary wicket-keepers by selectors.

Dhoni recently met the Indian team during India vs South Africa 3rd Test in Ranchi. The Indian skipper arrived at the Ranchi stadium on the 4th day of 3rd Test, when India whitewashed South Africa in the three-match Test series 3-0. Dhoni met all the players and also clicked photos with them.