Dhoni made his debut against Bangladesh on 23 December 2004. In the first ODI of the series held at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong, Dhoni became the No. 7 wicketkeeper-batsman.
When will he retire? There was a lot of speculation about this for several months Finally, former Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket. Sharing a video on Instagram on Saturday, Dhoni wrote in his caption, "Thank you so much for all the love and support. You can take me as a retired cricketer from 7:29 tonight. "
Emotions never seemed to touch him. 'Captain Cool' Mahendra Singh Dhoni's World Cup final win-loss does not leave much to be desired. Do not break in the face of intense pressure. Even the praise and criticism around him seldom touched him. He also announced his retirement from international cricket with indifference!
It is possible for Dhoni to retire from international cricket in such a hurry. Announced his retirement from Test cricket in the middle of a series, without giving anyone a prediction. After the 2019 World Cup, the Indian cricket team, which was skeptical about his international career, took it for granted that the announcement would come in a hurry. Very optimistic people thought that Dhoni would not win another war.
But the captain who won India the 2007 World Twenty20, the 2011 ODI World Cup and the 2013 Champions Trophy were the first to choose. He said without any rehearsal, no more international cricket.