MS Dhoni

Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is back on the field. After having a three-mong long gap former captain cool Dhoni has finally decided to join back the cricket fraternity ahead of India’s T20I series against Bangladesh. The 38-year-old legendary wicketkeeper-batsman is going to start his training sessions with Jharkhand U-23 team which is scheduled to take part in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019 starting from November 8th.

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After his stint at ICC World Cup 2019 in England and Wales, Dhoni immediately departed to America for a short break. After that, he joined the Indian Army for two weeks and missed the cricketing tour of his team to West Indies. Not only this, he had also skipped the recently concluded T20I and Test series against South Africa in this month. Now when India is going to play against Bangladeshi tigers from November 3rd, it is still not confirmed whether Dhoni will take part in the fixtures or not.

Dhoni has been dominating the headlines about his retirement for the past few months. His retirement from international cricket format has become a great matter of debate across the world in recent times. The newly-appointed President of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Sourav Ganguly has also shown his concern about Dhoni’s future in cricket.

In the recently held press conference in Mumbai, BCCI’s head Ganguly said on the development,  “if you sit down and take note of MS Dhoni’s achievements, you will say wow! It is M S Dhoni. Till I am around everybody will be respected, that doesn’t change.

However, nothing has been confirmed whether Dhoni will be playing in the upcoming cricketing assignments for India or he will take shocking retirement as the man himself MS Dhoni has not said anything yet about his retirement. But his return in the ground surely brought smiles to his fans across the country.

Recently, Dhoni was spotted in the dressing room of the Indian cricket team and posed for a few pictures with men in blue after India clinched a 3-0 clean sweep over South Africa in the three-match Test series.

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