MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina announced retirement from international cricket
There is two sad news in a time in India cricket, MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina announced for retirement from international cricket. Let's know in more detail.
This morning, MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina took to social media together to retire from international cricket, this is sad news for the entire cricket world and their fans. This is happening for the first time, that two great batsmen have to retire together.
The career of MS Dhoni-
MS Dhoni was born in Ranchi, the capital of our own state Jharkhand, India. MS Dhoni always played cricket in 7 number T-shirt as a keeper and batsman. He is a good finisher, And along with a successful batsman in winning big matches, he is also the best wicket-keeper from India. MS Dhoni was also the captain of the India team from 2007 to 2016, during his capacity India won the ICC World Twenty20 of 2007, Asia Cup of 2010 and 2016, ICC Cricket World Cup of 2011, and ICC Champions Trophy in 2013. MS Dhoni played a first Test match against Sri Lanka on 2 December 2005 and played the last Test match against Australia on 26 December 2014, during this, he scored 4,876 runs, 6 centuries and 33 half-centuries in 90 Tests match.He Played first ODI match against Bangladesh on 23 December 2004, and last ODI match against New Zealand on 9 July 2019, scoring 10,773 runs, 10 centuries, and 73 half-centuries in 350 ODI matches. He played his first T20I match against South Africa on 1 December 2006 and the last T20I match against Australia on 27 February 2019, during which he scored 1617 runs in 98 matches, and 2 half-centuries.
The career of Suresh Raina-
Suresh Raina was born in Muradnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India. Suresh Raina always played cricket as a left-handed batsman and right-handed bowler. Suresh Raina played a big role in his career and won the team. Suresh Raina made his first Test match against Sri Lanka on 26 July 2010 and played the last Test match against Australia on 10 January 2015, during which he scored 768 runs, 1 century, and 7 half-centuries in 19 Tests. Played his first ODI match against Sri Lanka on 30 July 2005, and the last ODI match against England on 17 July 2018, scoring 5,615 runs, 5 centuries, and 36 half-centuries in 226 ODI matches. He played his first T20I match against South Africa on 1 December 2006 and the last T20I match against England on 8 July 2018, during which he scored 1,605 runs, 1 century and 5 half-centuries in 78 T20I matches.