Bad News for Indian cricket fans & MS Dhoni fans
Indian cricket team wicket keeper Mahindra Singh Dhoni is likely to retire from international cricket after World Cup 2019 . According to Indian media, Dhoni can retire from international cricket after the World Cup . Dhoni has already retired form Test cricket . And now it is likely that after the World Cup, they will retire from One Day and T T20 International cricket.
Dhoni has played 90 Tests, 348 One Day and 98 T-Twenty international matches from India . Former Indian captain has made 10723 runs in average of 50.58 in One Day International, while scores of 4876 runs from 38.09 in the test and 1617 runs in T-Twenty International at 37.60.
Indian captain Mahindra Singh Dhoni is the only captain of the world who has won 3 ICC tournaments, Dhoni’s captain India’s win 2007 T20 World Cup, 2011’s 50 overs World Cup and 2013 champions Trophy .