Lata Mangeshkar’s request to Dhoni: Please don’t retire

Lata Mangeshkar’s request to Dhoni: Please don’t retire

There were speculations that Dhoni might bid adieu to the global cricket after the conclusion of India's campaign at this year's edition of the marquee event.

MS Dhoni, who is 38 years old has represented India in 350 ODIs, scoring 10773 runs at an average of 50.58 including 73 half-centuries and 10 centuries.

Soon, fans started fearing that they might have seen the last of Dhoni as he could announce his retirement in the coming future. He is expected to return to Ranchi after a short break in London itself. But still, Virat Kohli has to answer about Dhoni in every press conference. He refused to share any details and only said, "He has not said anything to us".

While Mahendra Singh Dhoni is constantly facing criticism and his retirement news are making a headline, the legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar came to defend him.

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"These days, I have been hearing that you plan to retire".

"Kripaya aap aisa mat sochiye". Read her tweet here:Her tweet has left netizens emotional who are also asking MS to reconsider, if at all he is planning to retire.

After Pandya's dismissal, the wicketkeeper-batsman shared a crucial partnership of 116 runs with all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja to help India push their way back into the game after looking down and out at one stage of the match.

All the hopes were on Dhoni's shoulder but Guptill broke the Indian hearts to send the Kiwis through to their second successive World Cup final.