MS Dhoni to retire after Team India's last World Cup 2019 match?

It is said that what former Indian skipper MS Dhoni does is completely uncertain, so it is assumed that he may retire read more...

MS Dhoni to retire after Team India's last World Cup 2019 match?
MS Dhoni (Photo Credit: twitter.com/msdhoni)

After being ignored for the current World Cup, Indian middle-order batsman Ambati Rayudu decided to retire from all forms of cricket. The BCCI official disclosed this. This 33-year-old Andhra player was placed on the official standby list for the ongoing World Cup in Britain, but he was ignored after the injuries of all-rounder Vijay Shankar. That is why Ambati Rayudu has taken retirement. In the meantime, sources from PTI are coming to know that Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former captain of the team, can also retire. That is why Ambati Rayudu has taken retirement. In the meantime, sources from PTI are coming to know that Captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former captain of the team, can also retire.

An official of the BCCI said on PTI, "You never know when Dhoni can do it, in such a way that the captain is likely to take retirement after the World Cup. He left the captaincy suddenly, and now he can call the cricket all of a sudden."

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not able to do anything special in the 2019 World Cup to be held in England after the IPL in 2019. After every single match of Team India, due to the slow batting and dismissal style, the social media has to be trolled tremendously. Not only this, Dhoni, who has been 37 years old, had already said through a statement that he cannot play the finisher's role so well in Team India. They would love to play at number four. At the same time, Dhoni's bat is still going on, in a bad situation, he is also considered to be retiring.