Mahendra Singh Dhoni shaking hands after guiding his side to a draw against Australia in the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne in 2014.
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December 30, a date which is largely occupied with everyone deciding the venue to spend their New Year eves at. However, for cricket fans, it is rather remembered for watching the last day of any Boxing Day Test happening across the globe.

But there were few moments that happened on December 30 over the years, which made headlines the very next morning. The most famous among them all came from India. The country’s most successful captain in Tests, Mahendra Singh Dhoni retired from the longer format on December 30. In the fourth edition of Sportzwiki’s Long Leg Tales, we bring you back the moment when it all happened:

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