We Will Miss You As A Great Performer: Ministry Of Railways Post A Heartfelt Tweet On MS Dhoni's Retirement

We Will Miss You As A Great Performer: Ministry Of Railways Post A Heartfelt Tweet On MS Dhoni’s Retirement

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Credits: Twitter)

MS Dhoni, former Indian captain, brought an end to the year-long speculations on his international future when he finally decided to call time on his celebrated 16-year-old career on Independence Day [August 15].

The two-time World Cup-winning captain took to Instagram where he shared a beautiful video, charting all the highs and lows of his international career, which he captioned it as ‘thank u. thank u for your love and support. from 19:29 onwards consider me as retired’

Dhoni might not have made a big fuss about his retirement, but the sporting arena and his millions of fans around the world just can’t get enough of the champion wicketkeeper-batsman.

From Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly to Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist, Sir Vivian Richards, almost every cricketer of current and the bygone era have taken to social media to post their heartfelt wishes for the legendary Indian cricketer.

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Ministry of Railways’s heartfelt wishes MS Dhoni post his retirement

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Courtesy: Twitter)

Joining the bandwagon is Indian Railways, who have played a very crucial part in MS Dhoni’s journey, as portrayed in his biopic ‘MS Dhoni- The Untold Story’. Dhoni started his journey as a ticket collector in Kharagpur before his hard work and destiny paved way for an India call-up in 2004. The rest, as they say, is history.

The ‘Ministry of Railways’ took to Twitter on Sunday [August 16] to post their heartfelt wishes for the former wicketkeeper-batsman.

”Cheers to the man who started his career with Indian Railways and ended with making India proud. We will miss you as a great performer.” said the tweet.

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Watch the tweet here:

Yash Mittal

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