The 2019 World Cup semi-final match between India and New Zealand began on July 9 in Manchester. The match ended on the second day due to rain. In such a case, July 10, 2019 was the day former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was last seen in the blue jersey. However, with the exception of Donny, no one knew that this match would be his last international match.
In fact, MS Dhoni, who retired from international cricket on August 15, 2020, came to play One Day International for the last time on July 10, 2019. He scored half a century in this match, but there were tears in the eyes of the Indian players, as Team India lost This match has a difference of 18 rounds. The team that reached the semi-finals was eliminated from the tournament during its strong performance in the league stage.
Rohit Sharma took the team to the semi-finals in a strong manner by scoring 5 centuries in the tournament, but due to the rain, the momentum of Team India lost and it became difficult for India to beat on the second day. MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja raised hopes of victory, but they also could not cross the threshold of victory. Everyone knew this was Dhoni’s last World Cup final, but India couldn’t win.
2007 T20 World Cup, 2011 ODI World Cup and 2013 ICC Champions Cup MS Dhoni played 350 matches in one day international cricket and scored 10,773 points. His best result was 183, while he clocked runs like that with an average of over 50. 10 centuries and 73 half centuries came off the MS Dhoni racket. The number of half-horns is higher because they played more in the lower order.