By Bhawna Rawat, Updated : Aug 16, 2020 15:40 IST
MS Dhoni retired from International Cricket: Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren appeals to BCCI for Mahi’s Farewell Match in Ranchi!

Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren has tweeted that MS Dhoni who gave many moments of pride & enthusiasm to the country and Jharkhand, has retired from international cricket. We will not be able to see the Jharkhand’s hero wearing the blue jersey anymore and has appealed to BCCI for a farewell match of Mahi in Ranchi!

Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has announced his retirement from international cricket. Since then, his fans in the country & the world are feeling disheartened. At the same time, Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren has appealed to have a farewell match for Dhoni in Ranchi.

MS Dhoni has announced his retirement at a time when many activities have stopped due to Covid-19. Sports is also one of them, after Mahi announced his retirement, CM Soren has tweeted & appealed to the BCCI to get farewell match for Dhoni.

Jharkhand’s CM Hemant Soren has tweeted that "Mahi, who gave many moments of pride & enthusiasm to the Country & Jharkhand, has retired from international cricket today. We will not be able to see the ‘pride of Jharkhand Mahi’, everyone’s favourite wearing a blue jersey, but the heart of the countrymen is not yet full".

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Coming from a small family in Ranchi, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has grown up in a very simple & subtle family. Dhoni has also faced many obstacles in his career. However, these roadblocks proved to be very dwarf in front of his passion for cricket.

Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket via Instagram post. In his Instagram post, Dhoni wrote, “Many thanks for all your love & support. After 7:29 PM today, I should be considered retired.

But he will continue to play for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the Indian Premier League.

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