Indian team spinner Yuzvendra Chahal said that the news of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s retirement had surprised everyone. He said that the major reason for Dhoni’s retirement is the changed atmosphere due to Corona epidemic. Otherwise he wanted to play T20 World Cup.

Dhoni has retired from international cricket on Independence Day. An hour later, Suresh Raina also took retirement. Dhoni last played the one-day World Cup final in July 2019.

I still want to see Dhoni playing: Chahal
“The news of Dhoni’s retirement was very shocking,” Chahal told a news channel. I believe that Corona also played a big role in his decision. Otherwise Dhoni wanted to play T20 World Cup. I still want to see him playing, because it is because of him that Kuldeep Yadav and I have been able to succeed. ”

Dhoni understands the mood of the pitch with the first ball
He said, “He helped us a lot from behind the wicket, which benefited us a lot.” If Dhoni is on the field, then 50% of our work is already done. Dhoni understands the mood of the pitch very well. For this reason, we get a lot of help from the first ball itself. Otherwise, in the absence of Dhoni, we have to bowl at least two overs to understand the pitch.

Dhoni was great captain, wicketkeeper and batsman: Srinivasan
At the same time, former president of BCCI N Srinivasan said, “An era has come to an end with Dhoni’s decision to retire. Under his captaincy, India won the T20 in 2007 and the ODI World Cup in 2011. Also, the Champions Trophy is also named after him. He was a great captain, wicketkeeper and aggressive batsman. They had nothing left to gain. The entire team was inspired by Dhoni.

Dhoni played 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20 ODIs.
Dhoni has played 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20s so far. In this, he has scored 4876, 10773 and 1617 runs. Dhoni has scored 4432 runs in 190 matches in the IPL so far. Under his captaincy, CSK won the IPL title twice in 2010 and 2011 in a row.

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