New Delhi: The former captain of Team India, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, what he gave to Indian cricket and fans during his cricket career can never be forgotten. Especially during the 2011 World Cup final at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, that historic six came out of Dhoni’s bat.
Now the Mumbai Cricket Association is planning to give a special gift to Mahendra Singh Dhoni in memory of this six of Dhoni. If sources are to be believed, the MCA is planning a proposal to permanently reserve the seat where Dhoni’s World Cup Winning Six fell at the Wankhede Stadium.
According to the news, on Monday, Anjix Naik, a member of the Mumbai Cricket Association Apex Council, has written a proposal letter to MCA. In which Naik has requested that on the basis of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s contribution to Indian cricket, we can honor him as permanent Dhoni at the Wankhede Stadium, where Dhoni was bowled by Sri Lankan fast bowler Nuwan Kuleskara. Had hit the historic six and made India the world champion after 28 years. With this, Naik’s proposal can be discussed during the SCA meeting.
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