MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Credits: Twitter)

The speculation over former India skipper MS Dhoni’s retirement from international cricket is on an all-time high. The cricketer has not played any game after India’s ouster from the ICC World Cup 2019. Recently, Dhoni spoke on how dealt with career crisis and managed to have an illustrious career.

Dhoni has been on a break since India’s ouster from the ICC World Cup 2019. He has been spending some quality time away from cricket. The veteran cricketer served in the Indian army for a few days in August before moving to America to take a part in amateur golf championship.

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The illustrated cricketer was recently seen playing football in a charity game in Mumbai alongside Leander Peas. In today’s world, players tend to lose the track after one-two poor series and the career span of the players are also very less. However, MS Dhoni revealed the secret to deal with off-form and frustration.

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MS Dhoni Has No Immediate Plans To Retire - Reports
MS Dhoni. Credits – Getty

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“You can’t let frustration get in. You need to stay calm and cool and keep on scoring more and more runs and keep well to get into the side,” Dhoni said during a product launch program in New Delhi.

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As per reports, MS Dhoni has no plans to retire from cricket anytime soon and wants to play as long as he enjoys the game. He is likely to be with the Indian team till the side finds a suitable replacement of him. Sources in the know of things also said that Dhoni is doing serious training every day and is following a disciplined fitness schedule.

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The cricketer from Ranchi, who was attending a program on cashless transactions also urged others to go digital.

MS Dhoni Has No Immediate Plans To Retire - Reports
MS Dhoni. (Credits – Getty)

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“My mother still prefers cash transaction but I am trying to motivate her to go cashless and go digital,” Dhoni signed off.

Ankush Das

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