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‘Players will come and go but there will not be a quiet man like them’: From Sachin Tendulkar to Virender Sehwag, cricketers pay tribute to MS Dhoni | Cricket news

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NEW DELHI: Ended for a year as former India captain and two-time World Cup winning captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni Retired from international on saturday Cricket.
Dhoni posted on his Instagram handle, “Thank you very much for your love and support from the 1929s.”
Dhoni, who played in India’s colors during the World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in England last year, announced the news that he would one day join him Chennai Super Kings (CSK) teammates in Chennai before this year’s IPL at the UAE.
India’s batting legend Sachin Tendulkar Took to Twitter and welcomed Dhoni’s contribution to Indian cricket.

Tendulkar tweeted, “Your contribution to Indian cricket is huge. @Msdhoni. Winning the 2011 World Cup together was the best of my life. Best wishes to you and your family for your second innings.”

Former destructive batsman of India Virender Sehwag, Who was part of India’s 2011 World Cup winning campaign, said: “A player like him, Mission Impossible. Na koi hai, na koi tha, na koi hai MS Jayas. Players will come and win there.” Not as a quiet man. Dhoni’s association with aspiring people was like a family member for many cricket lovers. Om Finnoy Namah. ”

Sehwag said, “Ajadi did not want a cricket lover. Thank you for myriad memories together and wish you a great and equally inspiring life ahead.”


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