One of the most successful captains in the world, the speculation about the retirement of former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has once again heated up the market. Discussion is going on that Dhoni has made up his mind to say goodbye to international cricket. Before the IPL was postponed, Dhoni was busy preparing for it. It was believed that this league will once again open the door to the Indian team for Dhoni. But the IPL was postponed until April 15 due to Coronavirus. No one knows this except when and where Dhoni will decide, like he used to surprise everyone with his decisions in the field too.
MS Dhoni is the only captain in the world to win all ICC tournaments. T-20 World Cup, One-Day World Cup and Champions Trophy titles are included in his bag. Today, when talking about Dhoni's decision to retire, he was not in rhythm during the 2011 World Cup, but in the final match, he came out to bat at number five ahead of Yuvraj Singh. While Yuvraj showed the best game during the entire tournament. Dhoni's decision proved to be correct. The Indian captain scored an unbeaten 91 off 79 balls which included eight fours and two sixes. Dhoni played a great innings under pressure and made the Indian team a world champion by reaching the target of 275 runs.
India gave Pakistan a target of 158 runs in the 2007 World T20 final. Pakistan had 13 runs to win in the last over and Dhoni handed the ball into the hands of Joginder Sharma. Joginder defended the target by taking a wonderful wicket of Misbah-ul-Haq. India became the first world champions of T20 by five runs to win the final. Dhoni's decision to trust the inexperienced Sharma was a masterstroke.