Adam Gilchrist Thanks MS Dhoni for His Contribution to Cricket, Appreciates Indian Cricketer’s Calmness And Self-Belief After IND vs NZ CWC 2019 Semi-Final Match
MS Dhoni impressed everyone with his last innings of World Cup and Adam Gilchrist came out with a heartening message for the Indian legend on Twitter. Former Australia cricketer thanked 38-year-old Indian cricketer for his contribution to cricket. MSD played a beautiful knock of 50 during ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 India vs New Zealand semi-final match, which the men in blue lost by 18 runs. MS Dhoni Has Not Told Us Anything About Retirement, Says Virat Kohli.Also Read | Kane Williamson Expects Indian Fans Support to New Zealand in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Final
Complimenting Dhoni’s calmness and self-belief in the sport over the years, the former Australian wicket-keeper wrote, “Not sure if you are playing on but thanks @msdhoni You have given the game so much. Always admired your calmness and self-belief. #CWCUP2019 @BCCI”, the former left-handed cricketer wrote. #ThankyouMSD Trends on Twitter After India’s Exit From CWC 2019; Fans Acknowledge MS Dhoni for His Contribution to Indian Cricket.
Moreover, Gilchrist also shared a message for Indian fans urging them to not act harshly with Virat Kohli and company. Calling India as the top team, the former Australian opener wrote, “Don’t be too harsh on your @BCCI team Indian fans. Just shows World Cup’s aren’t easy to win. A lot has to go right and any slip ups can be punished. They are a top team and play a form of cricket that is really cool to watch. #CWC19”.Also Read | Birmingham Weather Updates: Cloudy at 11:15 AM IST | Hour by Hour Rain Forecast During Australia vs England CWC 2019 Semi-Final Match at Edgbaston Stadium
Meanwhile, a Twitter trend titled #ThankYouMSD also started trending, with Indian fans thanking and appreciating MS for his contribution to Indian cricket over the year. Twitter is flooded with a farewell and sincere messages for the Ranchi cricketer, who probably played his last ODI World Cup tournament during CWC 2019.