MS Dhoni : In the 2011 World Cup Final, Captain Cool Dhoni hit a thunderous six and all Indians took that historic moment and Dhoni on their heads… MCA has given Dhoni a pat on the back for this achievement. MCA has given Dhoni’s name… Today Dhoni himself inaugurated this place by coming to Wankhede Stadium.

The memory of former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s decisive six in the World Cup final at the Wankhede Stadium in 2011 is still in the minds of every Indian. This memory has been preserved forever. After Dhoni’s winning six, where the ball landed in the Vitthal Divecha stand of the Wankhede Stadium, a commemorative plaque of India’s World Cup victory will be erected in Dhoni’s name at the place of the chairs. Today Dhoni himself inaugurated this place by coming to Wankhede Stadium. ANI has posted this video.

Dhoni’s match-winning sixes and Ravi Shastri’s commentary in the 2011 World Cup final at the Wankhede Stadium raised everyone’s spirits. Even today that moment is in front of the eyes of every sports lover. On April 2, 2011, Dhoni hit Sri Lanka’s Nuwan Kulashekara for a six to win the World Cup for India. That moment was a moment of pride for thousands of Indians.. Dhoni’s six has become immortal.

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