Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s incomparable legacy on and off the field in many ways act as a custodian for the game of cricket. Undoubtedly one of the greatest this game has ever seen, MS Dhoni bid adieu to Test cricket at the end 2014 and a couple of days ago, he quit the captaincy duties.
MS Dhoni had played 199 ODIs as a captain and it looked as though he will complete 200 games in Pune. But he has always had a particular proclivity to stun the people, let that be on the field with his exploits or off the field with his decisions.
BCCI has confirmed that he will be a part of the side as the wicket-keeper and with the ICC World Cup 2019 almost 2 years to go, many are calling this a fabulous call from the captain cool. India will also enter ICC Champions Trophy 2017 as the defending champions, having won the trophy previously in 2013.
As the legend of Indian cricket brings an end to his time at the helm, here’s a tribute video for the one and only Mahendra Singh Dhoni.