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MS Dhoni Retires Hashtag Started Trending On Twitter As His Haters Speculate Over His Retirement

MS Dhoni Retires Hashtag Started Trending On Twitter As His Haters Speculate Over His

MS Dhoni’s self-imposed sabbatical from international cricket has prompted fans to keep speculating over his future with the Indian team. #Dhoniretires was once again a top trend on Twitter on Wednesday.

Dhoni, the cricketer who has a huge fan base in world made his last appearance in the semi-finals of the 2019 world cup tournament. His run out in the semi-finals match against Newzealand shattered the dreams of Indian fans. It devastated the fans in the stadium as there was a pin drop silence in the Manchester crowd.

Dhoni has since not played any form of cricket and was all set to mark his return with Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the new season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) this year. However, Dhoni’s comeback has been delayed as IPL stands postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has left the entire sporting calendar in shambles.

On the night of Wednesday, users of the microblogging social media platform who wants to end the 16-year cricketing career of Dhoni, #Dhoniretires once again became one of the top trends on Indian Twitter on Wednesday as fans went into a meltdown over rumours of the former Indian captain’s retirement.

Few reports also suggested that Dhoni is going to open about his retirement announcement soon. He has opened his mind about retirement to his friends, according to reports.

However, on seeing the negative trend, fans of the cricketer started countering back with a hashtag which said #DhoniNeverTires

 

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