Witty, classy, cool: Relive some of the best quotes from MS Dhoni

Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni on Saturday, August 15 2020, announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. Dhoni took to social media platform Instagram to post an emotional video with photographs from his journey with the Indian team while leaving a heartfelt caption. 

"Thanks. Thanks a lot for ur love and support thorughout.from 1929 hrs consider me as retired" - Dhoni captioned the video on his Instagram handle. 

The ever witty MS Dhoni

"From Kishore Kumar, we have gone to Sean Paul." - MS Dhoni had to balance both the experienced and younger side of Team India during his stay as Indian captain. Many players retired while he was the Indian skipper. 

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'Captain Cool' MS Dhoni

"I don't mind repeating everything." - Soon after Dhoni led India to a World Cup win in 2011, he was asked whether he would repeat every decision of his in the summit clash. And this is what Dhoni replied. Cool as always. 

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MS Dhoni - straight on your face

"Frankly speaking I don't understand Duckworth-Lewis. I just wait for the umpire's decision." - Duckworth-Lewis Method is one of the most confusing rules of cricket, and MS Dhoni proved it again. 

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When MS Dhoni lost his calm

"What happens inside a meeting, where the selectors, the captain and the coaches are there, when it comes out, it is disgusting and disrespectful." - When MS Dhoni got irked by constant leaks about team meeting and selection to the media. 

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MS Dhoni and rumours

"You [media people] change my girlfriends every two days. Please let one continue for some time." - When speculations about MS Dhoni's love life was a hot trend in media. 

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Hinterland to centrestage, Dhoni ends journey with enigma intact

We are told that Mumbai is a city which is always on the move. See, me and my boys have brought the entire city to a standstill today. - MS Dhoni reacted when massive crowd welcome Team India at a parade in Mumbai following World T20 victory in 2007.

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Thank you MS Dhoni

"From 1929 hrs consider me as retired" - MS Dhoni, in defence lingo announced his retirement from international cricket.

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