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MS Dhoni announced his departure from international cricket two years ago today.

On this day two years ago, World Cup-winning captain MS Dhoni announced his departure from international cricket (2020).

On this day two years ago, World Cup-winning captain MS Dhoni announced his departure from international cricket (2020). So Dhoni abruptly made the decision to leave international cricket on August 15, 2020, at 7:29 PM IST. So a video detailing all the highs and lows of his career was posted on Instagram by the captain of the squad that won the 2011 World Cup to announce his decision to retire. He expressed his gratitude for everyone’s love and support in a message on Instagram. I’d like you to consider me retired as of 1929 UTC.

The background music for Dhoni’s retirement announcement video was the well-known song “Mai Pal Do Pal Ka Shayar Hu” from Amitabh Bachchan’s “Kabhie Kabhie.” What made the movie famous was the wicketkeeper-decision batter’s decision to highlight all the worst moments of his cricket career, particularly the heartbreaking 2019 World Cup semi-final defeat to New Zealand.

Fans will never forget Dhoni’s ability to keep his team in tight games and his unflappable demeanor. So the wicketkeeper hit his first century against Pakistan in a 2005 international game played in Visakhapatnam. So Dhoni participated in his first ODI game against Bangladesh in 2004. With only 19 runs scored throughout the course of the three-match series, he did not play well.

Dhoni’s highest score in 350 ODIs was 183 against Sri Lanka. He still holds the distinction of being the only captain to have won every significant ICC trophy, giving him the moniker “Captain Cool.” The wicketkeeper-batter declared his retirement from international competition in August 2020.

When Dhoni was playing in the IPL and other international events, he was known for maintaining his cool under pressure and providing excellent field leadership. So over the years, he has made a name for himself as one of the top wicketkeepers in the world.

In December 2014, he has declared his retirement from Tests. He finished his Test career after taking part in 90 matches and accumulating 4,876 runs at an average of 38.09. Virat Kohli was then given the reins as captain in the white-ball forms in 2017.

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