Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and Limited Over Booth Captain Rohit Sharma bid Mahendra Singh Doni Adyu in their own unique way. On Saturday, the former Indian captain called it a day in a 16-year international cricket match.
Kohli wrote on his social media timeline
Dhoni made his decision on Instagram posts known to the world, and Kohli wrote on his social media timeline: Feel your emotions a lot more. What you have done for the country will always remain in everyone’s heart, but the mutual respect and warmth I have received from you will always be in me.
The world has seen fulfillment and I have seen him. Thanks for skipping everything. I tip my hat on you, added Kohli. Meanwhile, Rohit remembered the influence of Donny as a captain and refused to send him an obituary.
Instead, he expressed his urge to share the former captain again on September 19, when the Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings met at the IPL opening match.
One of the most influential men in Indian cricket history, Rohit wrote on Instagram on Sunday with pictures of him and Dhini. His influence, both inside and outside cricket, was enormous.
He was a man with a vision and a master who knew how to build a team. You’ll definitely miss him blue, but we have him yellow. Before signing, Rohit wrote: See you at Toss on the 19th.