MS Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket, but what happened the next hour
Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has said goodbye to international cricket, but as soon as he announced his retirement, he got another big offer in the next hour.
According to Indian media, former Australian cricketer and head coach of The Hundred League team London Spirit, Shane Warren, has offered him to play for this team. This tournament will be held in England next year. The Hundred England Cricket, the board, has a competitive tournament, which was scheduled to launch with eight teams this year, but has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus.
MS Dhoni has announced his retirement from international cricket, but two-time World Cup-winning captain Dhoni will continue to play in the IPL. However, there are rumors that he may play in a franchise-based tournament. Dhoni announced his big decision on Instagram the day after arriving in Chennai to prepare for the IPL. He shared a video saying that he should be considered retired from 7:29 pm.
Along with Dhoni, Suresh Raina has also retired from international cricket. It is believed that Dhoni had been away from cricket since the semi-final defeat by New Zealand in the World Cup in England last year. He did not even play a match and went to train with the army. Although it was said that he would appear in the T20 World Cup, the World Cup in Australia was postponed due to the coronavirus, after which Speculation was rife about his future.
Dhoni last played in an international match against New Zealand in the World Cup semi-finals on July 9 and 10 last year. MS Dhoni made his international debut in ODIs against Bangladesh in 2004. Dhoni played 90 Tests, 350 ODIs, and 98 T20I matches for India. In 350 ODIs, he played 10,773 matches. He scored 103 centuries and 73 half-centuries in ODI cricket while he scored 1617 runs in 98 T20 matches, including two half-centuries.