‘It’s very harsh for y’all to ask this question’ Murali Vijay is upset with MS Dhoni’s retirement discussions. Fans are being urged by Murli Vijay to quit placing pressure on the eminent cricketer.
In the IPL 2023 points standings, the Chennai Super Kings are currently in third place, led by their legendary captain MS Dhoni. Even though the seasoned cricketer has been in fantastic form this year, there have been more recent rumblings about his possible retirement. Murli Vijay, a former member of CSK and Dhoni’s colleague, has requested fans to avoid putting pressure on the renowned cricketer.
Following a tumultuous start to the IPL 2022, Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja stepped down as CSK’s captain last year. MS Dhoni then assumed the leadership position once more. Despite the CSK squad’s many injuries, the team has been more confident this season under Dhoni’s leadership. Murli Vijay, a former Indian cricketer, has pleaded with supporters to allow Dhoni room when it comes to the topic of his retirement.
“It’s an individual choice. It’s high time people understand what a cricketer is going through. He’s served our country for about 15 years. So we should be giving him space to take that call, rather than putting pressure by asking when he’s going to retire. It’s very harsh for y’all to ask this question. Everybody is asking about MS’ retirement,”Murali Vijay told.
Murali Vijay: We have given our heart and soul to this game and it’s a personal choice
Earlier this year, Murli Vijay, a stalwart for the Indian Test team throughout his time there, announced his retirement from international cricket. He expressed sympathy for his former captain, who recently announced his retirement, and urged people to respect Dhoni’s privacy in light of his years of devotion to the team.
“It is so sad for me to sit and answer it. I have retired recently, so I know how it feels. We have given our heart and soul to this game and it’s a personal choice, and I want to tell people to maintain that little bit of privacy,”former CSK opener added.