IPL prediction: MS gasped Sridhar’s outrageous revelation on Dhoni’s resignation

India’s former field coach R Sridhar has exploded to reveal that MS Dhoni had already decided to end his international career before the 2019 World Cup semi-final against New Zealand came to an end . Sirdhar described the details of Dhoni’s conversation with his Pant.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is widely regarded as the greatest captain in the history of the game.The former Indian wicket-keeper batsman became the first person to win all ICC trophies as a captain. He led the team to his maiden T20 World Cup victory in 2007, his ODI World Cup victory in 2011, and two years later the Champions Trophy his title . He also secured his ICC test his mace twice in the game’s longest format while serving as captain. Dhoni announced his international retirement in 2020 after his last appearance for the India team at the 2019 World Cup. However, India’s former field coach R Sridhar said in a conversation with his Rishabh Pant, who eventually succeeded Dhoni in the role of wicketkeeper, that Dhoni won his last game in India. It’s shocking now about how you actually hinted at what you did.

Sridhar has revealed a conversation between his two wicketkeepers on the reserves day of India’s World Cup semi-final against New Zealand.

“At the time of the BCCI interview I attended from Antigua, I can say that I was fairly certain that MS played the last game for the country for practical reasons. No, but let me tell you why I knew. I was the first person in the breakfast room on reserve day morning for the World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in Manchester. We sat at my table together,” Sridhar writes in his book Coaching Beyond – My days with the Indian Cricket Team, telling the story.

“New Zealand had just a few overs to go and then started the innings, so the game ended pretty quickly. Rishabh told MS in Hindi, Are you interested? MS said, ‘No, Rishabh. , I don’t want to miss the last bus with the team.”

Sridhar went on to explain that he had not told anyone this conversation out of “pure respect” for Dhoni. bottom. He gave me confidence. I couldn’t shoot my mouth off. So I didn’t say a word to Ravi, Arun or his wife,” Sridhar said.

India lost in the World Cup semi-finals by 18 runs, with Dhoni’s run out being the defining moment of the game. The former Indians captain knocked disastrously on 50 of 72 deliveries, but he was eliminated as his team needed 24 more runs to win by 9 balls.

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