MS Dhoni Fans Trend #12YearsOfCaptainDhoni on Twitter, Hail the Former Indian Skipper With His Photos and Achievements
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MS Dhoni is always on the trending lists on Twitter. On Thursday, his retirement rumours started doing the rounds on the internet. Dhoni's wife Shakshi later rubbished the news. On Friday, September 13, #12yearsOfCaptainDhoni started trending on Twitter, celebrating MSD's 12 years as Indian captain. MS Dhoni's fans and followers started sharing the photos of the former Indian skipper. About 10,000 tweets were shared in less than 30 minutes. MS Dhoni Retirement Press Conference Rumours Go Viral After Virat Kohli Shares Throwback Picture With MSD on Twitter!

While some shared photos of 'Captain Cool' while playing on the field, others talked about his overall achievements for India as skipper. Some also tweeted about his successful campaign in the IPL team Chennai Super Kings. Dhoni is also the skipper of CSK from the start of Indian Premier League tournament. Have a look at some of the tweets. MS Dhoni Retirement Rumours: Fans Find Uncanny Resemblance with Jofra Archer’s 2014 Tweet to Dhoni’s Fake Retirement News (See Post).

 

Dhoni Fans!

Dhoni on Top!

Dhoni as Skipper!

Dhoni Top Trend on Twitter!

MS Dhoni has been the most successful Indian skipper so far if we talk about overall figures. He is the only cricketer to win all the ICC global titles - ICC Champions Trophy in 2013, ICC World Cup in 2011 and ICC World T20I in 2007. As skipper of Chennai Super Kings, Dhoni has bagged three IPL titles during last 12 seasons.

MS Dhoni had successfully led the team India in all the formats i.e. T20I, ODI and Tests. Under his captainship, India also bagged the top rankings in Tests in 2009. He rose to fame as skipper after leading the Indian team in ICC World T20I in 2007 and clinching the title after defeating Pakistan in the final.

After India's ouster in ICC World Cup 2019, MS Dhoni opted out of the India vs West Indies tour 2019. He served the Indian Army in Kashmir, carrying out patrol duties with his Army battalion 106 TA Battalion (Para) in Jammu and Kashmir. He is also not part of the Indian squad in upcoming T20I series against South Africa.