Watch as Sakshi, MS Dhoni’s wife gives a glimpse of the birthday celebration as she turns 41.
Sakshi Dhoni, the wife of former India captain MS Dhoni, provided a sneak peek at the 41st birthday celebration.
On Thursday, former India captain MS Dhoni turned 41. The World Cup-winning captain is presently in the UK. He had also been there at Wednesday’s Wimbledon quarterfinal match between Rafael Nadal and Taylor Fritz. So Rishabh Pant, a wicketkeeper, and batter attended Dhoni’s birthday celebration, as seen in a photo posted by Dhoni’s wife Sakshi. Ranveer Singh commented on the slow-motion video Sakshi posted of Dhoni cutting his birthday cake on Instagram.
So in the video, Mahi’s birthday is being celebrated, and Dhoni can be seen cutting the cake.
Ranveer Singh made the following comment on the video: “Mahi, I love you! A very happy birthday to you. Effort and love”
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Rishabh Pant is pictured in the group photo in an Instagram Story that Sakshi posted.
So fans will always remember Dhoni for bringing his team to victory in close games and for never breaking a sweat. So the wicketkeeper scored his first century in an international match against Pakistan at Visakhapatnam in 2005. In 2004, Dhoni played in his first ODI match against Bangladesh. He did not perform well, scoring only 19 runs throughout the course of the three-match series.
Dhoni, who had long hair when he first played for India, was viewed as a youthful marauder, and he was almost immediately compared to Australia’s wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist.
After playing 350 ODIs, Dhoni’s highest score was 183 against Sri Lanka. Additionally, he is still the only captain to have captured every major ICC trophy, earning him the nickname “Captain Cool.” In August 2020, the wicketkeeper-batter announced the end of his international career.
Dhoni has always been renowned for his composure and impeccable leadership on the field during his playing days in both the IPL and international competitions. He has established himself as one of the best wicketkeepers in the world throughout the years.
He had announced his retirement from Tests in December 2014. After participating in 90 Tests, in which he amassed 4,876 runs at an average of 38.09, he ended his Test career. Then, in 2017, he gave Virat Kohli the reins as captain in the white-ball formats.
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