Shoaib Akhtar Said, Dhoni Had To Retire With Honors After World Cup


Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has stated the retirement of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Akhtar believes that Dhoni unnecessarily dragged on his career and should have retired with honors only after the ICC World Cup. Akhtar hoped that 38-year-old Dhoni should get the same farewell as he deserves.

Shoaib Akhtar Said These

In the 2011 World Cup, the Indian team continually talked about the retirement of Champion Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who won the ODI World Cup after 28 years. Now the former Pakistani fast bowler has also given his opinion on Dhoni in an interview given to PTI.

He said, “This man has given too much of his ability. Dhoni should have left cricket with respect. I don’t know why he is dragging it so long. He has to retire after the World Cup. was supposed.”

“If I had been in his place, by now, I would have retired. I might have played in the shorter format for three to four years, but I would have left the other format (after the World Cup 2011) because, in this game, my 100 Was not giving percentage. Don’t know why they are dragging it so long. ”

MS Dhoni

He last played for India in the ICC World Cup 2019 played in England and Wales. He has not been on the field since the semi-final against New Zealand in July. Dhoni scheduled to play in the 13th edition of the IPL, but due to a coronavirus infection, it has decided to postpone the tournament.

“In terms of a country, you should let him go with a lot of respect and pride. He should give him a better farewell. Dhoni has won the World Cup for you and has done a lot of great work for India. He is a perfect person, but at the moment, it seems that he has gone from stuck. “