LATA DHONI

DON’T EVEN THINK OF RETIREMENT: LATA MANGESHKAR EXTENDS SUPPORT TO MS DHONI

ANM News Desk: On Wednesday, Indians endured a massive disappointment when New Zealand thrashed team India to emerge the first finalist of 2019 ICC World Cup. India lost the match by just 18 runs. But Ravindra Jadeja and MS Dhoni were the rebellious conquerors.

However, the 38-year-old veteran is rumored to declare his retirement anytime soon.

DHONI

DHONI FANS CONTINUE TO SHOWER HIM WITH LOVE: QUESTION OF RETIREMENT LOOMS

ANM News Desk: Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s remarkable career began from a humble background as he turned 38 on 7th July. The man responsible for shaping the careers of many present superstars, has achieved more than any Indian captain across formats.

Dhoni has been facing criticism for his slow batting in this year’s World Cup but following India’s disappointing performance in World Cup Semifinals, his fans took to social media showering love and respect for him.

On his profession front, Indian Captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday stated that MS Dhoni has not told him anything about his future plans amid speculation that the veteran may call it quits after the team’s semi-final exit