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“I’m Starting My Own Team”- MS Dhoni Announces New Team Amid Retirement Rumors

“I’m Starting My Own Team”- MS Dhoni Announces New Team Amid Retirement Rumors
MS Dhoni Image: Cricfit

The controversy surrounding MS Dhoni’s latest Facebook post began when the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) decided to withdraw from the ongoing IPL 2024. CSK were eliminated by RCB in their final league game of the season.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is well-known for his extraordinary characteristics as a cricketer and a person. One of the most fascinating elements of his personality is that no one can foresee the cricket legend’s next move.

MSD’s decisions never cease to astound both professionals and enthusiasts. Everyone assumed that after the 2019 ODI World Cup, the former captain of India would announce his retirement from international cricket, but he made a low-key departure a year after his final game for the team.

Additionally, he surprised supporters by resigning from his position as captain of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) before the 2024 Indian Premier League, with few people able to decipher his thoughts.

“I’m starting my own team”- MS Dhoni 

Good news for all of MS Dhoni’s supporters. Everyone was terrified that this year’s Captain Cool would declare his retirement from the Indian Premier League. After all the excitement on the internet, people were expecting him to retire, but his new club took them by surprise. Even after the Chennai Super Kings lost their bid to advance to the 2024 Indian Premier League final, support for Thala and his group remained strong.

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni Image: Cricfit

“Time to take the leap. It’s time to do what matters. I’m starting my own team! (With a cup).” MS Dhoni on Facebook.

When CSK faced RCB, they seemed to be favorites to make the playoffs with 14 points from 13 games and a good net run rate. But they were eliminated from the competition after losing by 27 runs to Faf du Plessis & C0.

CSK needed just 201 runs to secure a playoff berth by holding onto their fourth-place ranking in the points standings, chasing a 218-run target in the virtual knockout match.

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