Shane Warne shuts all MS Dhoni critics in single tweet

In the recent times, the critics of the man from Ranchi had been trending the hashtag #DhoniDropped on the social media.

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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 07: Shane Warne speaks to the media at Hamer Hall, announcing a national speaking tour titled Warney Uncut on February 7, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Former Indian captain MS Dhoni has been under the scanner in the recent times. Many critics and pundits have doubted the credibility of Dhoni in the shortest format of the game. There have been a few who believe that it is perhaps the end of the road for MS Dhoni in his career. Recently, former Australian cricketer, Shane Warne has come in support of the most successful Indian captain.

Warne took to micro-blogging site Twitter to shut the mouths of all the critics who have been taking heavy digs at Dhoni. In his tweet, Shane Warne noted that MSD is a class player. There is absolutely no need for someone of Dhoni’s stature and calibre to be proving himself. He has done enough in his career to stand at the helm of Indian cricket. Warne added that Dhoni is equally capable in all the three formats of the game.


Adding further, he also took a subtle dig at the ones who believed that Dhoni’s supremacy as a leader has dwindled over the period of time. Recently, the Rising Pune Supergiant of the IPL had sacked MS Dhoni as the captain of their team. Shane Warne believes that Dhoni is a phenomenal leader and is an inspiration to an entire generation of players in the world of cricket.

In his tweet, Warne wrote, “.@msdhoni does not have to prove anything to anyone, he’s class & a wonderful player in all formats. MS is also a great captain & inspires !”

The words from Warne are surely very pleasing for the fans of Dhoni. In the recent times, the critics of the man from Ranchi had been trending the hashtag #DhoniDropped on the social media. This had raised a lot of eyebrows at the amount of disliking the legendary player had started drawing. Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly had also made some bold statements when he conceded that Dhoni is not an ideal player in the shortest format of the game.