Dhoni rules out Retirement from ODIs after World Cup Semi-final Loss

Sydney, March 27: Indian cricket captain MS Dhoni after a big loss to Australia in world cup semi-final has ruled out his retirement from the ODIs. The upset cricketer holding patience said that he was just 33 and will play another world cup.

During a post-match ceremony, Dhoni said that he was fit and his decision on retirement would be taken at the T20 world cup about playing 2019 world cup.

Earlier, he had stunned his fans by taking retirement from Test cricket after the team lost the Border-Gavaskar trophy in Australia.

The media speculated that all-rounder player will quit the game after the world cup clash.

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