Why did MS Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, ask him to retire at exactly 7:29 pm on August 15, 2020? An attempt has been made to find the answer.
- MS Dhoni bids farewell to international cricket peacefully
- Why did MS Dhoni finally tell himself to retire from 7.29 pm
- An attempt has been made to trace the mysterious post of MS Dhoni
New Delhi: Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made an incomparable contribution to Indian cricket and the world also considers him to be the iron. Young youth roll model MS Dhoni bid farewell to international cricket peacefully. Mahi, who is known for his brilliant captaincy and calm nature, posted the news on social media on Saturday. An era of cricket came to an end on 15 August when the country was celebrating the 74th Independence Day.
MS Dhoni posted a video on his official social media handle and wrote, ‘Thank you always for your love and companionship. Thinking of retiring since 1929 hours. While this news kept everyone alive, many people were wondering what is the reason for retiring at 7.29 pm Indian time?
Is there any special opportunity for Dhoni to retire this time? Is there a Muhurta or something? When we tried to find answers to these questions, we found that the Indian team was eliminated from the World Cup at the same time on 9 July last year. MS Dhoni returned to the pavilion for the last time, batting from the field. Martin Guptill had runout MS Dhoni and moistened the eyes of crores of Indian fans.
It was only after Dhoni’s dismissal that the Indian team’s defeat was decided. When Yuzvendra Chahal was out in the last over, the Indian team was out of the World Cup at 7.29 pm according to the time of their country. The next moment after Chahal’s dismissal, former New Zealand all-rounder Grant Eliot tweeted.
Is Dhoni’s last IPL?
By the way, MS Dhoni’s post of retirement is quite mysterious. Dhoni has written that I have been considered a cricketer since 1929 hours. If 1929 hours are counted in a day, then it is 80 days. This year the IPL is to be 53 days. MS Dhoni trained on 15 August. The IPL 2020 will begin on 19 September. If Dhoni’s post is considered, then after 80 days he will be called as a former player. It seems that he is playing his last IPL.