"Mastermind Of 2011 World Cup": Michael Vaughan After MS Dhoni Announces Retirement
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“Mastermind Of 2011 World Cup”: Michael Vaughan After MS Dhoni Announces Retirement

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MS Dhoni with the 2011 World Cup (Credits: Twitter)

Former England captain Michael Vaughan among a millions of fans and well wishers to pay tribute to 2011 World Cup winning captain MS Dhoni as he announced retirement. “Mein pal do pal ka shaayar hu…..,” said the song which played in the background of MS Dhoni’s retirement showreel. Although, Dhoni at his humble best, might consider himself as ‘pal do pal ka shaayar’, for fans he will always remain a legend of the game. Hearts broke as the 2011 World Cup winning captain announced his retirement via Instagram.

Michael Vaughan said that 2011 World Cup was a farewell for Sachin Tendulkar but it was masterminded by MS Dhoni. He also called MS Dhoni, arguably the greatest white-ball captain and finishers of all-time.

The 2011 World Cup win was  @sachin_rt farewell but masterminded by MS Dhoni … What an incredible international career … You could argue the greatest ever white ball captain & finisher … Cheers for all the memories MS,” Vaughan tweeted.

MS Dhoni made a big name for himself by making the country proud with his achievements after coming from the cricketing backwaters of Ranchi. He has achieved immense success as a player and also grew up to be one of the most successful captains and achieved almost everything the ICC tournaments had to offer.

All the success had made him one of the most influential person on the cricketing circuit but he was not the same when he was first introduced to the national team. Besides that, MS Dhoni has also been the go-to man for his teammates whenever he was on the field.

Dhoni understood the game well. He knew the strength of the side and backs his players accordingly. He did not takes any kind of frivolous decisions and likes to maintain his calm. It is due to these qualities Dhoni came up as one of the most calm and composed character on the cricket field.