To have a player like him, Mission Impossible: Cricket fraternity react on Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s retirement

New Delhi: India’s most successful captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday (August 15, 2020) at “1929 hours” bid goodbye to international cricket and reactions started pouring in on social media platforms.

From Indian cricketers to international cricketers, everyone expressed how they felt about India’s number 7 and how he had impressed people all across the globe.

India’s one of the most aggressive openers, Virender Sehwag wrote, “To have a player like him,Mission Impossible. Na Koi Hai,Na Koi Tha, Na Koi Hoga MS ke jaisa. Players will come & go but there won’t be a calmer man like him. Dhoni with his connect with people having aspirations was like a family member to many cricket lovers. Om Finishaya Namah.” 

Former Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan said, “It was a privilege to have played with a friend and a cricketer who gave many laurels to our country on the cricketing field, very very greatly done on your career, MS Dhoni.”

England’s former skipper Michael Vaughan said, “The 2011 World Cup win was @sachin_rt farewell but masterminded by MS Dhoni … What an incredible international career … You could argue the greatest ever white-ball captain & finisher … Cheers for all the memories MS.”

Australia’s ex spinner Brad Hogg wrote, “History has a long list of legends who made a mark on something special. MS Dhoni enters that list. Thanks for the great memories.”


MS last played an international match in July 2019, when India was handed over a semi-final exit at the 2019 ICC World Cup by New Zealand.

The experienced wicketkeeper-batsman is all set to lead Chennai Super Kings in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League in UAE, which is slated to take place from September 19 to November 10.

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