He picks up the bails- *maybe he is retiring*, he uproots the stumps- *maybe he is retiring*.
Evidently amused by these assumptions, he told batting coach Sanjay Bangar to take the ball from him because people might think he is retiring.
Ball lelo nahi to bolega retirement le rahe ho.
See #Dhoni when gave ball to the coach and said ” Ball lelo nahi to bolega retirement lerahe ho” 😂even even #Dhoni wants to play more. #AUSvIND #INDvAUS #Chahal #Jadhav #WhistlePodu@ChennaiIPL pic.twitter.com/B5dMVQEzhR— Lakshay Rohilla 🧢🇮🇳 (@lakshayrohilla3) January 18, 2019
Bangar also laughed because he knew MS was correct.
Things started last year, when he took the ball from the umpire after a match against England and people assumed it would be because he is going to retire.
Big Question is Why MS Dhoni took the ball from umpires at the end of match ? pic.twitter.com/21lgRGNyl4— DHONI Trends™ (@TrendsDhoni) July 17, 2018
Amid all the retirement talks, Dhoni played a crucial 87-run innings in yesterday’s match and became the oldest cricketer from the country to win ODI Player of the Series award.