Former cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni who led India to win World Cup T20 2007, Asia Cup 2010, World Cup 2011, Champions Trophy 2013 and Asia Cup 2016 has announced retirement at the age of 39 years.

The decision shared through his Instagram message does not specify that whether he is retiring absolutely from the game or if only from the international cricket circuit.

Presently, he is captaining the Chennai Super Kings for the forthcoming Indian Premier League 2020 scheduled to be held in UAE from 19th September to 10th November.

Dhoni Stats In Glance

  • Played 98 T20s, 350 ODIs and 90 Tests.
  • Has scored 10,773 runs and in the world ODI ranking is at No. 11.
  • He was ICC ODI Player of the Year 2008 and 2009. Having performed as batsman, wicket keeper and captain.

His ‘Lasts’ record is:

1- Last ODI One Day International against New Zealand in July 2019 during Semi Finals of World Cup.

2- Last T20I against Australia in February 2019.

3- Last Test Match against Australia in December 2014.

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