Dhoni Saying Good Bye To Everyone As A Captain Yesterday. Watch This Emotional Moment
There was no Mumbai batsman in Tuesday’s first warm-up match between India “An” and England at the Brabourne Stadium, yet Mumbaikars thronged the ground to see their most loved India hotshots – MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh, Shikhar Dhawan and Ashish Nehra.
Despite the fact that the entryways opened at 12pm, a hour prior to the begin, individuals began lining up from 10am onwards. When England had knocked down some pins the initial five overs, the north and east stands had topped off totally with section being free for onlookers. The west stand – halfway under repair – was constrained open because of weight of the group holding up outside the ground. Before the finish of the initial 10 overs, more than 15,000 individuals had packed into watch the diversion.
Dhoni was obviously the kind of the practice coordinate as this is his last diversion captaining any India side. Yuvraj was a nearby second on the prominence outline. In spite of Tuesday being a working day, there were numerous youthful fans spotted at the Churchgate station wearing Dhoni’s No. 7 pullover.
As one came nearer to the ground, many were likewise spotted wearing the yellow Chennai Super Kings shirt, the IPL group fans still partner Dhoni with. Serenades of ‘Dhoni’ began getting more grounded and louder at the notable ground as the swarm began getting in the temperament. The serenades achieved a crescendo when Dhoni turned out for the hurl with England captain Eoin Morgan.
Be that as it may, that wasn’t the finish of it. Anticipating that Dhoni should turn out to bat, the onlookers droned his name again after opener Mandeep Singh was expelled for eight. The serenades however kicked the bucket when Ambati Rayudu was seen exiting to bat.
Many extremist aficionados of Dhoni had gone from Mumbai’s most remote rural areas to watch the incredible skipper’s last demonstration. “It is hard to consider Team India not drove by Dhoni. It resembles an end of a period. We would not like to miss Dhoni driving for one final time,” said Jigar Desai, who was joined by a gathering of companions.