Former BCCI President Srinivasan said - what was left for Dhoni to achieve
Chennai: Former Cricket Board of India (BCCBai) chairman N Srinivasan said on Tuesday that there was nothing left for 2-time World Cup winning captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to achieve in international cricket and his retirement marked an 'end of the era'. done.
Dhoni is the only captain in the cricket world who has won all ICC trophies. He retired from international cricket on Saturday. He will however continue to lead the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL), having won the title three times under his captaincy.
Srinivasan said, "When Dhoni says that he is retiring then it is like the end of an era. Under his captaincy, India won the T20 World Cup in 2007, winning the World Cup in 2011. Apart from this, there is also the success of Champions Trophy. He has been an outstanding captain, a brilliant wicketkeeper, an aggressive batsman. A player who inspired the whole team. ' He said, 'What else was left for him to achieve?
Every sports enthusiast knows that at some point he will announce his retirement. I am sad that he will not be playing for India again, but I am happy that he will continue to play for Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Srinivasan said, "He will be seen in the cricket field. CSK is now a global brand. People will be happy that they will be able to see their skills on the field.
Srinivasan is the head of 'India Cements', which owned CSK from 2008 to 2014. When asked when Dhoni will play, he said, "I would like him to always play."