How long was that walk to pavilion for MS Dhoni after Run-out

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MS Dhoni one of the greatest finisher failed to get over the line

Martin Guptill broke India’s heart from a direct hit to run MS Dhoni and India’s hope out from the World Cup 2019. India needed 25 from 10 balls to qualify for the World Cup and MS Dhoni was the only one who could do it. While coming back for the second run in the penultimate over Guptill hit the bullseye to fins the world’s greatest finisher short of the crease.

It is speculated that MS Dhoni might retire soon however there are no signs of it. DhoniInBillionHearts started trending on top today after the speculation started of his retirement. People started suggesting Mahi not to retire. It trended on top in the morning and slipped to the second position by the evening.

MS Dhoni’s eyes and expression were enough to say thousand words

The man who won so many matches from the same situation couldn’t deliver in the semifinals of the biggest cricket tournament broke many hearts. But no one was more broken than the man himself. After the third umpire gave him out we could see the pain and disappointment oh his face while he was walking back to Pavilion. He might not talk about this walk soon but we know it was one of the longest and toughest walk in his career.  He might reveal about his hard walk after the retirement in any of his TV shows or during the commentary stinct. The

MS Dhoni is the legend we will miss him like everything once he retires. He has finished many matches in his life and given big trophies to the nation. He is the only captain to win ICC ODI World Cup, T20 World Cup and Champions Trophy.

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The Ranchi boy still has it

The Ranchi boy is still fit and fast enough to give a run for life to anyone. He might be unorthodox but very effective behind the wickets, probably the fastest hands in World cricket. Mahi might not have the same hitting ability but no one can take away his game and situation understanding of Cricket. The former captain has been helping the spinners and Captain Virat Kohli many times from behind the wicket. We should cherish all the time he has left between the 22-yard and hope for a befitting end. (This might have been the emotional fan-boy writing)

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