MS Dhoni's birthday: Jadeja's special tweet on Dhoni's birthday goes viral
MS Dhoni Birthday: The world's greatest wicketkeeper Dhoni is celebrating his 42nd birthday today. Fans are seeing the craze of Dhoni on his birthday. At the same time, Indian superstar cricketer Ravindra Jadeja has also wished Dhoni on his birthday, which is viral on the Internet. Actually, whenever Jadeja posts anything on social media about Dhoni, that post becomes viral on social media. Now on the occasion of Dhoni's birthday, Jadeja's post is making a splash on the internet, Jadeja shared the post and wrote, "From 2009 to today and forever my 'Go to Man'... Happy birthday Mahi bhai to you. See you soon in yellow color..
My go to man since 2009 to till date and forever. Wishing you a very happy birthday Mahi bhai.see 🎂you soon in yellow💛 #respectpic.twitter.com/xuHcb0x4lS
— Ravindrasinh Jadeja (@imjadeja) July 7, 2023
Apart from Jajeja, Suresh Raina has also made a special tweet which is making headlines among fans on social media. "Happy birthday to my elder brother, from sharing the pitch to sharing his dreams, the bond we have formed is unbreakable. Your strength as both a captain and a friend has been my guiding light. May the coming year bring you happiness, success and good health. Keep shining, keep leading, and keep spreading your magic."
Happy birthday to my big brother @msdhoni! 🎉 From sharing the pitch to sharing our dreams, the bond that we've created is unbreakable. Your strength, both as a leader and as a friend, has been my guiding light. May the year ahead bring you joy, success, and good health. Keep... pic.twitter.com/0RJXCKEz7B
— Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) July 6, 2023
Dhoni has been one of the greatest Indian captains of all time and one of the most successful captains in the history of limited-overs cricket. He has won the T20 World Cup, ODI World Cup and Champions Trophy for India under his captaincy and he is also the only captain of India to do so. He led India to the 2007 T20 World Cup title, his first assignment as captain of the team. After this, he made history by winning the ODI World Cup in 2011. At the same time, Mahi led India to victory in the Champions Trophy final in 2013. Apart from this, in the year 2009, When India reached the top of the Test rankings for the first time, Dhoni was also the captain of the Test team at that time.
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