Sakshi Dhoni finally breaks her silence on hubby MS Dhoni’s retirement rumours

In a league of their own

In a league of their own

Virat Kholi the Indian Captain has shared a cryptic message on twitter about MS Dhoni's retirement.

Earlier in the day, skipper Virat Kohli took to Twitter to recall the do-or-die match against Australia in the 2016 T20 World Cup. In just a matter of seconds, MS Dhoni started trending all over Twitter as speculation grew over his future.

Unable to understand what was the goal of the tweet, the fans thought that it was a cryptic message from Kohli ahead of MS Dhoni's imminent retirement.

MS Dhoni's future has been a subject of intense speculation ever since he announced a sabbatical from the game after the World Cup in June-July. The only other noteworthy absence is that of pace-bowler Umesh Yadav marking the second change from the squad that won 2-0 in the West Indies recently. Dhoni, therefore, was not picked up for the West Indies tour and later the selectors didn't pick the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman for three T20I matches against South Africa, starting September 15. Amidst all these, Kohli's tweet only served as a fuel to the fire. It is also being speculated that Dhoni has called for a press conference today to announce his retirement.

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In what should be the most authentic response to the rumours that MS Dhoni would be retiring from worldwide cricket on Thursday, the former Indian skipper's wife Sakshi posted just three words on her Twitter handle to put an end to all conjectures.

BCCI chief selector MSK Prasad was asked about Dhoni's retirement after the news snowballed.

"Its called rumours!".Its called rumours! The chase didn't start according to the plan for India as both the openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan couldn't make up for the dot balls played.

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