Dhoni Quits As A Captian Twitter Reactions : 100+ Twitter reactions on Dhoni Quits Captaincy. MS Dhoni quits as captain – He is No More Team India’s Captain, its true After losing the five-match Test series 0-4, England will return from their Christmas and New Year break for the limited overs leg of the tour, which starts with the two practice games on January 10 and 12.
Twitter Reacts On Dhoni Quits Captaincy
Commenting on Dhoni’s sudden announcement, Rahul Johri, Chief Executive Officer of the BCCI said, “On the behalf of every Indian cricket fan and the BCCI, I would like to thank MS Dhoni for his outstanding contribution as the captain of the Indian team across all formats.
OFFICIAL: Dhoni’s available for ODI and T20 teams if selectors want him. I think it’s a no-brainer. What do u think?
— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) January 4, 2017
Dada and Dhoni fans..
Kohli gaadiki emotional ga connect aindi ledu, Inka avvalenemo.
Manasu baaledu Madhu manasu baaledhu
— UnscriptedException (@An_Odd_ee) January 4, 2017
— BCCI (@BCCI) January 4, 2017
#Dhoni resigns from captaincy !
*wipes sindoor off forehead
*blows off diya
*changes into white saree
— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) January 4, 2017
“Dhoni finishes off in style. A magnificent strike into the crowd! India lift the World Cup after 28 years!” I still hear them #Dhoni
— Bhuvan Bam 🚀 (@BhuvanBaam) January 4, 2017
RT If You Want MS #Dhoni To Review His Decision.
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) January 4, 2017
— MANIMEGALAI (@Manivj07) January 4, 2017
— The Viral Fever (@TheViralFever) January 4, 2017
RT if You Think Mahendra Singh Dhoni is The best ODI and T20I Captain of India.
— Sir Rohit Sharma (@SirRohitSharma_) January 4, 2017
“Under his leadership, the Indian team has touched new heights and his achievements will remain etched forever in the annals of Indian cricket.”
Dhoni, 35, had earlier suddenly quit Test captaincy during the Australia tour in 2014 in Melbourne.
Dhoni has been India’s most successful captain. Under his leadership India have won the ICC T20 World Cup in 2007, the ICC ODI World Cup in 2011, ICC Champions Trophy in 2013 and also reached the top of the Test rankings in 2009.
India’s Test skipper Virat Kohli is likely to take over captaincy of the limited overs team following Dhoni’s decision.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni informed the BCCI that he wished to step down as the captain of the Indian cricket team from the limited overs formats of the game, said a statement from the Board. The 35-year-old from Ranchi played 283 ODIs and 199 of them as captain.
After Ricky Ponting and Stephen Fleming, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has played the third highest number of ODIs as skipper of the Indian cricket team.