Mahendra Singh Dhoni gets a permanent seat in Wankhede, MCA got proposal

You will remember that last six imposed by Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the final of the World Cup 2011. Now the seat on which the ball fell, at Wankhede Stadium, it can be completely named Dhoni (Dhoni). As per the proposal received by Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), it is proposed to name the seat after Dhoni. On Saturday, Dhoni (MSD Retire) has decided to retire from his nearly 16-year-long international career.

Dhoni made India the World Champion after 28 years by hitting a six in the 2011 World Cup final against Sri Lankan fast bowler Nuan Kulasekara (Dhoni Six in Final of World Cup 2011).

Mumbai Cricket Association member Ajinkya Naik has proposed to name the seat after Dhoni. He says that this seat will be decorated. The seat will be decorated in such a way that it shows a sense of ‘respect and thanks’ to Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s contribution to Indian cricket and his involvement with the Wankhede Stadium.

According to the news of the English newspaper Indian Express, ‘In view of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s great contribution to Indian cricket, MCA can hold a permanent seat in the stand where he had won the famous Six of the 2011 World Cup. We can see where the ball fell – and which seat it was heading to. ‘

The request stated, “We can paint this seat in such a way that Dhoni can show a connection with the historic Wankhede Stadium in the history of Indian cricket.”

It has also been suggested that the World Cup Ball be placed in the soon to be built MCA Cricket Museum. This letter reads, ‘It would also be good if we could find out where the World Cup Ball is. It can be a center of attraction in the cricket museum to be built. This is also a small suggestion to honor the great Mahendra Singh Dhoni. ‘