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MS Dhoni will not retire from IPL! Mahi is confused, big update on retirement comes out

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is considered one of the most successful captains and wicketkeeper-batsmen in the history of cricket. Besides, he also plays the role of finisher well. He was a great captain not only for the country but also for the IPL team Chennai Super Kings.

In IPL 2024, he handed over the captaincy of the team to young batsman Ruturaj Gaikwad. Since then it is being said that this season could be MS Dhoni’s last IPL season. Chennai, which had won the IPL trophy last time, could not qualify this time. After which the speculations about Dhoni’s retirement intensified. Meanwhile, a big update is coming out on Dhoni’s retirement (MS Dhoni IPL Retirement).

Big update on retirement
Dhoni played his last match against Royal Challengers Bangalore. In which the team had to face defeat. After this match, former cricket players and experts had speculated that this was his last IPL match. But Dhoni has not yet issued any official statement in this matter. But an update related to this is coming out.

MS Dhoni is confused
According to a report in ‘Times of India’, Dhoni did not tell anyone in Chennai about his retirement. Dhoni told the management that he would take the final decision only after waiting for a few months. In such a situation, after this report it is being said that Dhoni can be seen playing for his fans in the next season also. In such a situation, it remains to be seen whether Dhoni plays for Chennai next year or says goodbye to IPL even before that.

Dhoni is the most successful captain of Chennai
Dhoni has been the most successful captain for Chennai. Under his captaincy, Chennai team has won the IPL title five times. Last season also, the team won the IPL trophy under the captaincy of Dhoni. After which there was speculation that after the victory, Dhoni would say goodbye to IPL. But to give one last gift to the fans, he announced that he will play IPL 2024. Also will play the last match in their home ground