‘I Have Gut Feeling…’, Wasim Akram Gives Huge Statement On MS Dhoni’s Retirement From IPL

The speculation over MS Dhoni’s last IPL is going all around the park. People are giving their opinion on the legendary skipper retiring from the domestic T20 tournament. Dhoni’s most recent appearance was in an IPL 2024 league stage match against Royal Challengers Bengaluru last Saturday.

The outing, however, was disappointing for Dhoni, as his team, Chennai Super Kings, lost the match and were subsequently eliminated from IPL 2024. Legendary Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram recently weighed in on the speculation about Dhoni’s potential IPL retirement.

During an interaction with Sportskeeda,” Done after this.”

With five IPL titles to his name, MS Dhoni is one of the most successful captains in the history of the competition. He has led Chennai Super Kings to five IPL victories, with the most recent title coming last year under his leadership.

“[On MS Dhoni’s future] I have a gut feeling, he’ll be done after this. Players like him come in a lifetime, it all depends on him. [On Memorable six] His legacy is not just that [110m] six, it’s something else. He’s done a lot for Indian cricket. He brought the mindset. As a captain, he brought calmness, played captaincy knocks, the way he became a finisher, the way he has groomed players, and showed consistency, so this will be his legacy,” Wasim Akram said.

“But, yes, for fans the last image will be that 110-metre six at his age, it’s incredible fitness. It will only be a glimpse of his legacy,” he added.

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