MS Dhoni Is Busy Playing Billiards And Not Cricket Amidst Retirement Rumours

Seems like Mahendra Singh Dhoni is not letting the retirement rumours affect him anymore and instead he is having a gala time chilling with friends

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MS Dhoni Is Busy Playing Billiards And Not Cricket Amidst Retirement Rumours
Ever since the Indian team was knocked out from ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Mahendra Singh Dhoni had to face a lot of wrath from the cricket lovers. That's not it, they even started stating that Dhoni should retire from the International cricket. However, his wife Sakshi Singh Dhoni and Indian skipper Virat Kohli have been rubbishing these rumours. Though there has been no official announcement made till now, looks like the retirement rumours are not at all affecting Dhoni and this latest post on Twitter suggest the same.

Amidst all the rumours, Dhoni was spotted playing pool at the Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) stadium where he is seen in a relaxed mood. The former India Skipper is seen spending time with the politician Kunal Sarangi. He even shared a few snaps on his Twitter handle, captioning, "ख़राब मौसम के कारण कुछ कार्यक्रम रद्द और मिल हए फुर्सत के पल और वो भी मेरी सबसे मनपसंद जगह अपने #JSCA स्टेडियम में और एक तस्वीर हम सबके सुपर हीरो - #बासु दा के साथ जो JSCA मैदान के क्यूरेटर हैं और मेरे #बहरागोडाविधानसभा क्षेत्र के #बारसती गाँव के ही निवासी हैं।#Ranchi #Rains."

While MS Dhoni appears to be on a break, we also came across a video on his Instagram handle where he is seen playing gully cricket with his friends, proving that he is in no mood to ditch the pitch anytime soon. Talking about his retirement rumour, Virat Kohli recently shared a photo on his social media handle which sparked the speculations around his retirement. However, later, Kohli then clarified it by saying there was no message in that picture as people suggested.

Image source: Twitter/ @KunalSarangi
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