MS Dhoni obtained a letter of appreciation from PM Narendra Modi.© Twitter
MS Dhoni, who retired from worldwide cricket on August 15, took to Twitter on Thursday to thank PM Narendra Modi for appreciating his onerous work on the sector. The previous India captain posted footage of a letter he obtained from the Prime Minister of India. “An Artist,Soldier and Sportsperson what they crave for is appreciation, that their onerous work and sacrifice is getting seen and appreciated by everybody. thanks PM @narendramodi to your appreciation and good needs,” MS Dhoni tweeted.
An Artist,Soldier and Sportsperson what they crave for is appreciation, that their onerous work and sacrifice is getting seen and appreciated by everybody.thanks PM @narendramodi to your appreciation and good needs. pic.twitter.com/T0naCT7mO7
— Mahendra Singh Dhoni (@msdhoni) August 20, 2020
Within the letter, PM Modi recalled a few of the greatest on-field moments of Dhoni’s profession whereas highlighting the 2011 50-over World Cup closing.
PM Modi praised Dhoni for dealing with robust conditions and thanked the wicketkeeper-batsman for making India proud.
PM Modi additionally highlighted the sacrifice that Sakshi and Ziva made and prolonged his good needs to them.
On 15 August, Dhoni took to social media to announce his retirement from worldwide cricket with a put up, that includes glimpses of his profession.
Dhoni’s final recreation for India got here in opposition to New Zealand in 2019 World Cup semi-final in Manchester. India misplaced that match by 18 runs.
Dhoni will lead the Chennai Tremendous Kings within the upcoming version of the Indian Premier League.
The 13th version of the franchise-based match can be performed within the UAE, starting September 19.
The ultimate of the match can be performed on November 10 and all of the matches can be performed throughout three venues; Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.