MS Dhoni, The Man Who Made Us Realise What A Great Time It Is To Be Alive & Share The Same Homeland
This is the end of an era. The era of incredible captaincy never heard of. He took chances, made records, inspired many, and built a team that became envy of many other countries. When our ‘Captain Cool’ called it quits from the most productive and exciting reign ever, we were shocked, saddened, and already nostalgic. Dhoni has become a legend.
Dhoni has led the Men in Blue in 331 matches and deemed as the most successful captain Indian team has ever had.
Dhoni has hit most number of sixes as a captain in international cricket. His score is 211 sixes which is far ahead of Rickey Pontings 171.
Do we even need to start on the trophies we won under his guidance?
He is the only captain to win all 3 of the ICC Cricket World Cup, ICC World Twenty20, and ICC Champions Trophy.
His lifestory and journey to become the most beloved captain doesn’t lack any drama, and that’s why we have a biopic made on his life. Sushant Singh Rajput who played MS Dhoni has also sent his wishes through twitter.
The God himself decided to congratulate Captain Cool and gave his resignation a celebratory tone.
His team mates are truly going to miss his benevolent presence.
Dhoni has been an inspiration even to the competitors.
How can KRK not comment on this. Clearly shows he was only concern with the moolahs Dhoni made, but nonetheless, wishes count as long as they are for good.
And here, we the fans, salute the Captain who taught us to dream and reach for bigger every time.