Mahendra Singh Dhoni who is known to be 'Captain Cool' got emotional the moment he announced his retirement in the dressing room.
Indian Team director Ravi Shastri revealed Dhoni got the team together soon after entering the dressing room and said, 'I can't play all formats anymore, so I'm announcing my retirement from Tests.' Everyone present in the Dressing Room was really surprised as the decision came all of a sudden. Dhoni got a bit emotional here. All the teammates hugged him and took pictures with the departing captain.
Ravi Shastri feels one need have guts to openly say he can't play all the formats and that shows Dhoni's honest.
In 90 Tests, Dhoni scored 4,876 runs at an average of 38.09. His highest individual score is 224. He have 6 centuries and 33 half centuries. He captained India for 60 Tests and it was under his leadership India achieved No. 1 Test Ranking.