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Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a bona fide cricketing legend. Still, only in his late thirties, Dhoni is easily one of the greatest players of the modern era, representing India in everything from single-day matches to Test cricket, as well as leading the national team to victory on numerous occasions.
With a sword of cancellation hanging on IPL 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, MS Dhoni’s India future has started looking bleaker.
With the country’s cricket festival IPL 2020 about to commence, the focus will be on budding Indian cricketers to rise to the occasion and make a strong case for themselves to be future Indian stars.
With MSD out of BCCI central contract, Rishabh Pant’s hot and cold form, KL Rahul’s purple patch and Samson in contention; there’s a potential wicket-keepers’ tug-of-war in team India at the moment.
Unquestionably the country’s greatest captain, MS Dhoni is no longer a player for Team India, but the road doesn’t stop there for ‘Captain Cool’, if reports are to be believed, MSD as Coach can be on the cards.
Ahead of the release of his movie ‘Tanhaji -The Unsung Warrior’, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn caught up with former Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The actor took to Twitter to share a photo from the meeting with ‘Captain Cool’ and captioned the post as–“Cricket and Films”.
Wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni has been named captain of Cricket Australia’s (CA) ODI team of the decade. CA announced the ODI team of the year on Tuesday and the lineup features three Indian players.
As Rohit Sharma became the first-ever La Liga brand ambassador in India, he termed MS Dhoni as the best football player in the team. “MS Dhoni is the number one football player. There are few guys like Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul, and Hardik Pandya they follow football and they do watch all these footballers,” Rohit said during the media briefing.
Former Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni described the 2007 T20 World Cup and 2011 ODI World Cup as two best moments of his life. ‘When we came back to India from 2007 T20 World Cup, we took a trip in an open bus at Marine Drive, and it was jam packed from all sides.