Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former Indian captain, has been a part of the most prestigious and memorable moments of the Indian cricket. One of them came in the year 2011 when he led his country to a historic 50-over World Cup victory after 28 years.
Recently, the former skipper sat down to review the glorious moments of the mega-event, which was played in India. Dhoni said that when 10-15 runs were needed and India looked far ahead in the game, the Mumbai crowd started chanting ‘Vande Matram’, which is the national song of India.
The 38-year old said that it didn’t give him goosebumps, but landed him in a different plain which he thoroughly enjoyed. Moreover, Dhoni added that if it was possible to relive the past, this is one of those moments he would like to experience again.
It is important to note that currently the Ranchi born sits out of the national reckoning as India is looking towards Rishabh Pant as their future. However, with Pant’s repetitive failures and T20 World Cup not being far away, Dhoni might make it back to the squad of the mega-event.