What did we just heard is it having any relation with the reality MS Dhoni the captain of the Rising Pune Supergiants has stepped down the captaincy
Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni has reportedly taken a step back from his captaincy and might be replaced by the Australian skipper Steve Smith in the 2017 edition of IPL.
Dhoni, who recently stepped down from captaincy of India's limited-overs side, is the only player to have captained in every IPL match he has played.
The 35-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman, who had led Chennai Super Kings to two consecutive IPL titles in 2010 and 2011, apart from winning the Champions League T20, had turned the side into one of the most lethal forces in T20 club cricket in the world.
The wicket batsman of the Indian cricket team who has led Chennai Super Kings to taste two titles under his captaincy in 2010 & 2011 respectively, and this is not the end he has made his team the most attacking side in this shorter format of the game.
If we talk regarding the achievements he has not let any chance go away to pick up any title and has performed to the best of what he can in his career and has never looked back since then.
The fans might be very upset regarding the decision made because it was the only league where they can see their favorite captain leading the side and making things happen once again in the arena of Cricket, where the legends meet each other in a clash to show how classy they can be if it comes to the shorter version of the game.
In the last edition of IPL he couldn’t perform at his ability and was not able to deliver what all he has got within him and this might be the main reason for leaving the post of the captain and as per the sources have confirmed Pune will be releasing as many as 11 players from his squad
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