Mahendra Singh Dhoni, a former captain of India, has announced his retirement from all international cricket. He led India to victory in two World Cups. This is something that has never been accomplished by any Indian captain in the past.
Even in the current season of the IPL, Dhoni is well-known for the outstanding captaincy he displayed. So far, he has brought four championships to Chennai Super Kings. Today, we are going to explain to you why it is that when Dhoni wins a tournament, he does not get to retain the trophy.
You have probably noticed quite frequently that whenever Mahendra Singh Dhoni wins a tournament, he does not take the trophy with him to keep with him. He hands the trophy off to either a younger player on his squad or a senior player on the team.
You don’t believe it is inappropriate
But are you aware of the reasons why? If this is not the case, then we will let you know. In point of fact, Dhoni had responded to this issue in the course of an event by stating, “You don’t believe it is inappropriate. Because the entirety of the squad participates in this game. Nonetheless, the prize is presented to the captain of the winning team.”
Dhoni continued by saying, “Enjoying victory does not imply that you should rejoice solely by grabbing the trophy when you do so.” It’s not that we have anything against parties and festivities. We have, however, we’d like the overall atmosphere of the team to be as uncomplicated as possible.
We make an effort to keep things as straightforward as they may be.” This response from Dhoni was really heartfelt and thoughtful. It’s possible that this is the reason why Dhoni has so many followers not just in India but also in other countries across the world.