New Delhi: Even four hours after saying goodbye to international cricket, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s rumors have not diminished. Mahi was such a player, leader, personality that no matter how much he was praised, it would be less. He was a perfect craftsman on how to make dreams come true. He was different from traditional beliefs but also confident. He used to come to the training camp late, meet the spinners first, start playing big shots, and get ready to face the pace bowlers. Throwing some balls if needed. Mahi’s great campaign, which kicked off on December 23, 2008 in Chittagong, ended in the 2014 World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in Old Trafford. During his 14-year cricket journey, Dhoni won the hearts of everyone, from teammates, seniors and juniors to fans. After Sachin Tendulkar, Dhoni was the next legendary cricketer in the country. Only Dhoni gave Indian cricket the confidence to hit multiple sixes in one innings and take the match to the last ball of the last over, relying on sixes.
Former Indian batsman and MP Gautam Gambhir has lauded Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s cricketing life. He hopes that Dhoni’s three ICC trophies will not be shattered. I would say that one of Dhoni’s records is going to remain intact forever. That is Dhoni’s three ICC trophies. I don’t think any other captain will be able to achieve this. “Whether it’s the Twenty20 World Cup or the ICC Champions Trophy or the 2011 World Cup is his best achievement,” he said on the serious Star Sports Show ‘Cricket Connect’.