MS Dhoni Finally Breaks Silence On His Retirement And The Answer Is Witty!

Ever since ICC World Cup 2019, talks about MS Dhoni’s retirement are buzzing everywhere. And since then, the former Indian captain has also kept everyone guessing about his future, by refusing to make any official announcement and yet still being away from the team.

But now, Dhoni has finally put off those talks for real and for good. When asked about his retirement plans, Dhoni quickly replied, “January tak mat pooch (don’t ask me till January)”.

During the same interaction, the cricketer also took a trip down the memory lane and spoke about his most special moments in his cricket career. The veteran wicket-keeper batsman said, “There are two incidents I would like to mention over here. So after the 2007 (T20) World Cup, we came back to India and had an open bus ride and we were standing at the Marine Drive. It was jam-packed all around and people had come out of their cars. I felt good after seeing the smile on everyone’s face. Because, there could have been so many people in the crowd, who might have missed their flights, perhaps they were going for important work. The kind of reception we got, the entire Marine Drive was full from one end to other”.

He further reminisced about the 2011 World Cup win at home and referred to the final stages of the match against Sri Lanka as he continued saying, “And the second instance I would say the 2011 World Cup final, in that match when 15-20 runs were required, the way all the spectators started chanting ‘Vande Mataram’ at the Wankhede Stadium. These are two moments, I think, it will be very difficult to replicate them. Those are the two moments that are very close to my heart”.

While it’s unclear if MS Dhoni will make a comeback to international cricket or not, the Indian team coach Ravi Shastri earlier revealed that he has to to perform well in IPL 2020 to earn his place in the 2020 T20 World Cup squad.

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