Two-time World Cup-winning India Former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni may ‘soon end his ODI career,’ India Team Head coach Ravi Shastri has shared that MS Dhoni may take Retirement soon. I have discussed it with
, and that is between us. He has ended his Test career; he may soon end his ODI career. In all probability, he will finish One-day cricket,” Ravi Shastri told CNN News18. People must respect that he’s played non-stop in all formats of the game for a while.” “At his age, probably the only format he’ll want to play is T20 cricket, which indicates he’ll have to start playing again, get back into the groove because he’s going to play in the IPL and see how his body reacts.” The coach repeated that the 38-year-old veteran could still be a contender for the T20 World Cup if he does well in the upcoming Indian Premier League 2020. “So he will be left with T20, he will surely play the IPL. One thing I know about MS Dhoni is that he will not force himself on the team. But if he has a cracking IPL, well, then.” MS Dhoni’s last outing in India colours was during the World Cup semifinal against New Zealand in July, where he was run out following a half-century.