MS Dhoni’s Childhood Coach Opens Up On Dhoni’s Retirement Plans Post ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

MS Dhoni’s childhood coach reveals details regarding rumours on the cricketer’s retirement plans from the game, after a defeat in World Cup 2019 against New Zealand

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MS Dhoni’s Childhood Coach Opens Up On Dhoni’s Retirement Plans Post ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Since the defeat of the Indian Cricket Team and its ouster from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, there are growing speculations that Indian cricketer and former captain MS Dhoni will be retiring from the team. Post his performance during the World Cup tournament, the buzz around his retirement plans have become only stronger. While all his fans have been making hashtags trend on the social media and pleading Maahi to not retire from cricket, Dhoni’s childhood coach has now revealed details on his retirement.

According to Sports Tak report, Keshav Banerjee, the childhood coach of MS Dhoni disclosed his visit to the house of the batsman this Sunday. During the interview, the coach revealed how Dhoni’s parents want him to retire from the team. He said, “Dhoni’s parents told me that the entire media is saying that he should retire, and we feel they are right. They said we can’t handle this big property anymore.”

On hearing this, Coach Banerjee consoled the parents of the batsman and adviced them to stick along for another year, as they have handled it for so long.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni played a crucial role in the 2019 World Cup in London. The cricketer picked up the drowning batting team along with Ravindra Jadeja after the loss of many wickets during the semi-finals against New Zealand. The cricketer scored a brilliant half-century, but despite the efforts, the team lost the semi’s by a margin of 18 runs and New Zealand entered the finals against the England Cricket team. England took the 2019 Cup home after a head-on match against New Zealand.

Image source: Instagram/ @m_s.dhoni
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