Cricketing fraternity sends birthday wishes to Dhoni
Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has turned 39 on Tuesday. The Ranchi born cricketer is undoubtedly one of the finest captain cricket has ever produced.The wicketkeeper-batsman, has been away from the cricket field for nearly a year, and yet conversations about his return, or future retirement have never fade out.
Dhoni led India to 2007 T20I World Cup, 2011 ODI World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy – and he became the first captain to have won all three ICC tournaments as a skipper. He is best known for his finishing capabilities he has. On his birthday cricketer sent wishes in social media.
“Happy birthday to my Bittu from your Chittu. My friend who has taught me to be a better human being and stood by me in bad times @msdhoni,” India allrounder HardiK Pandya wrote.
“Happy birthday Mahi Bhai. I hope you have a wonderful and fantastic day. Thank you for being such an amazing human being. God bless you,” left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav tweeted.
“Here’s wishing a very Happy Birthday to one of my favorite human, brother & a leader I could ever ask for! The man who has always played with his mind and heart. His Captaincy has not just been successful because of his decisions but also because of his faith in every member of his team! So cheers to our Special No. 7, who made winning as a habit. Thank you for all the inspiration @mahi7781 Bhai. Suresh Raina wrote in Instagram.
“Many more happy returns of the day to a man whose composure and patience continues to be an inspiration. #HappyBirthdayDhoni,” former India batsman VVS Laxman also took to Twitter to wish Dhoni.
“Once in a generation, a player comes and a nation connects with him, think of him as a member of their family, kuch bahut apna sa lagta hai. Happy Birthday to a man who is the world ( Dhoni-ya ) for his many admirers. #HappyBirthdayDhoni.” Virender Sehwag wrote on Twitter.
“Happy birthday to MS Dhoni..a true leader who led from front ,a true Brother who stands for his real brothers. A true fighter till the last ball in play.thanks a lot brother for such great moments with me..loved every advise given to me nd team,” Sreesanth wrote on Twitter.