Here’s The Proof That MS Dhoni Will Soon Take Retirement

Chennai Super Kings made a roaring comeback into this season of Indian Premier League after a ban of two long years. The team qualified for the playoffs after giving many thrilling performances since the start of the league.
MS Dhoni is obviously very happy for his team, making it to the playoffs. MS Dhoni, once again impressed one and all with his captaincy and batting skills. With his brilliant performance in the league, he shut the mouth of the trollers and haters who were mocking him and his team by calling them as ‘Chennai Senior Kings’.
After their win in the match last night against Kings XI Punjab, MS Dhoni in an interview talked about the same. He remarked that the owners of the team have been brilliant as they have backed the players throughout the league. And he also noted that his team made the task of clearing the playoffs look very easy.
He remarked:
“Owners have been brilliant. We have a set of people who are close to the players. They have a history of understanding the game. That makes the job easy for the captain. Also if you don’t have a good team, it becomes difficult. We kept adding players and they kept performing,”
Adding further, he revealed that the actual challenge for CSK will begin in a couple of years, giving us subtle hints of retirement. He added:
“The big shift will be after two years, where most of these players won’t be there. Maybe they won’t be fit for the shortest format. Looking at ten years, it has been very good for us,”
Talking about the team, CSK will be now locking their horns with the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Qualifier 1 on Tuesday.
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