MS Dhoni still listed as India skipper on BCCI website, Twitter laughs at gaffe
The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) official website made a rather noticeable error in MS Dhoni’s player profile, referring to him as the captain of India.Updated: Jul 20, 2018 16:04 IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
MS Dhoni’s name has been in the news a lot lately. Whether people are questioning his waning abilities as a batsman in ODI’s or speaking about his supposed retirement, the wicketkeeper-batsman is dominating headlines and social media.
With the retirement rumours coming to an end thanks to Ravi Shastri, there was another incident regarding Dhoni that caught the eye of Indian cricket fans on Twitter.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) official website made a rather noticeable error in Dhoni’s player profile, referring to him as the captain of India.
The BCCI eventually got wind of the situation and made the necessary changes, but not before people trolled them and generally had a good laugh about the gaffe.
Check out some of the best reactions below.
Well BCCI 😂😂😂 now dont tell me MS Dhoni forced them to do so or his fans are doing it 🙊 pic.twitter.com/XticFc4isp— MS Dhoni Fanclub🏏 (@msdiansworld) July 19, 2018
Somethings remains Forever,— MS Dhoni Fans #Dhoni (@msdfansofficial) July 19, 2018
Just like Our Captain Cool!😉🇮🇳
Credits : BCCI 😎 pic.twitter.com/hrzMCYdgnz
MS Dhoni was first handed the Indian captaincy mantle before the inaugural T20 World Cup in September 2007, a tournament that a young team would eventually go on to lift.
He was made the ODI captain soon after the World T20 success and was eventually handed the Test captaincy just about a year later.
His Test record - especially away from home - wasn’t exactly flattering but aside from a T20 World Cup win, he also led India to a World Cup win in 2011 and a Champions Trophy win in 2013.
First Published: Jul 20, 2018 16:03 IST