"Hats Off": Sreesanth Salutes MS Dhoni's Never-Say-Die Spirit
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“Hats Off”: Sreesanth Salutes MS Dhoni’s Never-Say-Die Spirit

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Credits: Twitter)

India fast bowler S Sreesanth is a big fan of MS Dhoni. He has played under the captaincy of Dhoni during his formative years and was a part of the 2007 T20 World Cup winning squad and 2011 World Cup squad. The retired MS Dhoni, evidently, is not in the best of the form in the IPL 2020 and despite giving his all he looks helpless.

His form began to dip since the 2019 World Cup in England where his strike rate and ability as a finisher was consistently questioned. CSK, on Friday, came agonisingly close on chasing down the target but missed out with MS Dhoni at the crease. This was a rare sight and soon after the match, Sreesanth took Twitter, to congratulate the spirit of the former India captain in testing situations.

Sreesanth, CoA, BCCI
BCCI

Hats off MS Dhoni bhai: Sreesanth

Hats off to @msdhoni bhai..even in this heat keeping for 20 overs and then running (sprinting for his team) lots n lots of respect..now that’s what we call never ever giving up in toughest moments. Giving all in for his team #respect,” Sreesanth tweeted.

Dhoni remained unbeaten on 47 runs off 36 balls as CSK lost the match by seven runs to SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH). CSK have made the worst-possible start to the IPL campaign and are currently placed at the bottom of the table with one win from four matches.

SRH, CSK, MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja [Photo-Twitter]
The former India captain 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.

The former India captain 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.