When MS Dhoni Shut Down A Fan After He Said He Hates The Ex-India Skipper
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When MS Dhoni Shut Down A Fan After He Said He Hates The Ex-India Skipper

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni (Credits: Twitter)

MS Dhoni is one of the most followers cricketers on social media. He is followed by millions across different social media platforms. But unlike most of his teammates, he is not very active on those platforms and instead enjoys spending his time away from the hustle and bustle of the digital world.

But there was a time when he was quite active on Twitter. In the early years of 2010s, the legendary wicketkeeper-batsman interacted with his followers on a regular basis. During the same phase, he had taught a lesson to a person on Twitter after the latter’s hateful words for him. It all started when MS Dhoni took to Twitter to post a humorous tweet.

Here is the tweet posted by MS Dhoni:

And while most of his followers enjoyed it, one of them said that he hates the Indian cricket legend, writing: “I hope @msdhoni knows there are many ppl who hate him. I am one of them.”

MS Dhoni noticed the tweet and gave the person a fitting reply. Showing his usual modesty, he replied:

“@ishangodbole well u may not like me but hate is a very strong word to be used anyways its ur choice so I won’t complain”

One of the greatest:

MS Dhoni has retired from international cricket as one of India’s greatest-ever cricketers. He brought down curtains on his illustrious international career on Saturday. With the decision, he ended his 16-year association with Team India. During those 16 years, Team India reached unprecedented heights and MS Dhoni played a very key role in it.

Indian cricket enjoyed one of its most successful phases when MS Dhoni was the captain of the side. Under his captaincy, Team India won the inaugural T20 World Cup in 2007, 2011 World Cup and the 2013 Champions Trophy in addition to winning the Asia Cup and several other tournaments and series.

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni [Photo-Twitter]
Under Dhoni, India also moved to the top of the ICC Test Rankings for the first time. As ODI captain, he has won 55 percent of the 200 games he captained the team (110 wins, 74 defeats, 5 tied, 11 NR).  In T20Is, MS Dhoni has a 58.33 win percentage  with 42 victories in 72 games as captain. With the bat, he scored over 10,000 runs in ODIs and more than 16,00 in T20Is.

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