Ranchi born 39 year old , MS Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket today. The wicketkeeper-batsman had last played for India on July 10, in the World Cup 2019 semi-final that India lost to New Zealand in a rain-marred match in Manchester. The World Cup winning captain had contributed with 50 runs and one dismissal in his last ODI for Team India. MS Dhoni concluded his remarkable ODI career with 10, 773 runs in 350 matches at a strike-rate of 87.56. In T20 Internationals, MS Dhoni has 1, 617 runs in 98 matches to his name at an impressive strike-rate of 126.13. He had retired from the longest format in December 2014 with 4, 876 runs in 90 Tests, including six centuries and a highest score of 224.
Unquestionably the best finisher , IndianBureaucracy.com wishes Lt Col MS Dhoni (TA) the very best now and always .
We were , are & always be very proud of you as a sportsman , gentleman and a Army Man. You are leaving an amazing legacy !!