Players and fans Sunday asked India's cricket load up to resign Mahendra Singh Dhoni's number seven shirt in a recognition for the double cross World Cup winning skipper. 

Dhoni, 39, called time on his 16-year-old universal vocation Saturday with a secretive message on his Instagram post that read "From 1929hrs think about me as resigned". 

The Board of Control for Cricket in India affirmed the news in an announcement, saying: "The kid from Ranchi, who made his ODI debut in 2004, changed the substance of Indian cricket with his quiet attitude, sharp comprehension of the game and canny authority characteristics."

Dhoni's armies of fans including 7.8 million Twitter supporters and previous colleague Dinesh Karthik said they would not like to see 7 on the rear of some other Indian cricketer's shirt. 

"I trust the @bcci resign the #7 shirt in white ball cricket Good karma with your second innings in life , I'm certain you'll have a ton of shocks for us there as well," Karthik, a wicketkeeper-batsman, tweeted.

Previous batsman Mohammad Kaif concurred, composing on Twitter: "Can't envision any one else wearing a Number 7 India pullover once more." 

There is no arrangement to resign pullovers in cricket, dissimilar to in football. 

Be that as it may, the BCCI informally resigned batting incredible Sachin Tendulkar's number 10 shirt a couple of years after his retirement. 

Dhoni, an ostentatious wicketkeeper-batsman who drove India to win the debut Twenty20 World Cup in 2007 and lifted the 50-over show-stopper occasion in 2011, was conceived on July 7.

He is a self-admitted devotee of Portuguese football megastar Cristiano Ronaldo, who likewise wears a renowned number seven pullover. 

"@BCCI ought to resign "Jersey Number 7" as a Tribute to Legend MS Dhoni," a fan composed on Twitter. 

Another fan asked web based life clients to begin inclining "#RetireJersey7" as "Jersey number 7 was a number as well as a feeling the nation is going to miss". 

Dhoni, named 'Skipper Cool' as a result of his unflappable style, will keep on driving his group Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League beginning in the United Arab Emirates one month from now. 

Dhoni quit Tests in 2014 and has not played for the national side since India's World Cup semi-last misfortune against New Zealand in England a year ago - his 350th one-day universal. 

Cricketers from over the globe and Indian media paid recognition for the sparkling vocation of Dhoni, who was affectionately called 'Mahi' by his colleagues.
The Times of India paper sprinkled over its first page: "The finish of a time: Dhoni considers it daily, Mahi way." 

"Welcome to the retirement club, MSD! What a mystical vocation!," previous England batsman Kevin Pietersen tweeted. 

Australian opener David Warner expressed: "Congratulations @msdhoni on an incredible profession, he is one of the coolest folks I've played against on the recreation center." 

"One of the genuine legends of Indian cricket and perhaps the best skipper, congrats on an extraordinary vocation MS Dhoni! All the best for your future," previous Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi included online networking.

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