MS Dhoni to Retire? Fans Trend #Dhoni and Term it 'Black Day' in Indian Cricket as Former Indian Captain's Retirement Rumours Gain Pace (See Tweets)
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Virat Kohli tribute to MS Dhoni has sparked retirement speculations of the former Indian captain, who according to many sources, have called for a press conference at 7 pm on September 12, 2019 (Thursday) where he is supposed to announce his immediate retirement from international cricket. The news has spread like fire on social media with many calling this day as a “Black Day” in Indian cricket. Dei-hard Dhoni Fans and netizens across the country have already started mourning the possibly upcoming retirement of India’s most successful ODI captain ever. MS Dhoni Retirement Press Conference Rumours Go Viral After Virat Kohli Shares Throwback Picture With MSD on Twitter!

Dhoni captained India to their only second ODI World Cup and first at home in 2011 playing a magnificent inning of 91 runs against Sri Lanka. His contribution in the 2011 final at Wankhede is regarded to be among the greatest World Cup inning ever played. Dhoni also remains the only international captain to lift both the Twenty20 and the 50 over World Cup. He led India to their on T20 World Cup title in the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2007.

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But there remains more to Dhoni than as a successful captain of India. As a batsman, he is revered among the world’s greatest ever finisher in limited-overs cricket. His ability to finish off an innings with a gigantic six– remember 2011 World Cup final – is praised and seen as a rare quality. No other batsman has guided their teams to victory with a six as many times as the Thala of Indian cricket.

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Dhoni is also the highest run-scorer in ODIs for batsman batting at no 6 or below. With 10, 773 runs in 350 One-Day Internationals, he is also India’s fourth-highest ODI run-scorer and 12th overall highest run-scorer in ODIs.