MS Dhoni is likely to announce his retirement after ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 if media reports are to be believed.
According to report in PTI, “If India qualifies for the finals and go on to win the World Cup on July 14 at the Lord’s, it would be an ideal setting for a fitting farewell to one of the legends of Indian cricket.”
However, there is no official confirmation on Dhoni’s rumoured retirement, speculations are doing rounds that MS Dhoni will be retiring after the ongoing World Cup.
India’s most successful captain has been drawing a lot of criticism for his batting approach, especially because of his inability to hit big and rotate the strike.
MSD has scored 223 runs in seven games at a strike rate of 93 plus, which is hard to believe considering the fact he is arguably the greatest match-winner in the history of the sport.
MS Dhoni’s has scored 10,723 runs in ODIs. In 90 Tests, he scored 4,874 runs before retiring in 2014. In T20Is, he has smashed 1,617 runs in 98 outings.
With the likes of Indian legends Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly also criticising Dhoni, it is hard to believe that he’ll continue after the World Cup.