MS Dhoni debuts December 23, 2004 Mahendra Singh Dhoni on an international 16 year old cricket world cup 2011 winning captain | MS Dhoni started 16 years ago with this run out, then a bang against PAK

New Delhi: While in India it takes cricketers to reach the top level, the talent of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) was different. His journey from junior cricket to the Bihar cricket team, from the Jharkhand cricket team to the Indian A team and from there to the Indian team was completed in just 5-6 years. Mahendra Singh Dhoni started his international career 16 years ago today in a one-day match against Bangladesh on December 23, 2004.

Dhoni (MS Dhoni) did nothing special in his first ODI against Bangladesh and was burned out without opening an account, but on his fifth ODI against Pakistan in the next series he played a 148 round. on 123 balls at Visakhapatnam. Exploded. Mahendra Singh Dhoni took over the captaincy of the Indian team in 2008. When Dhoni took over as team captain, he had many challenges. Like giving opportunities to young people and building a team for the future. Faced with all these challenges, Dhoni gave the Indian team many historic moments. Team India tasted for the first time under the Dhoni harbor master’s office to become number one in the tests.

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) is the only world cricket captain to have won three major ICC trophies. Under Dhoni’s leadership, India won the ICC World T20 (2007), the Cricket World Cup (2011) and the ICC Champions Trophy (2013). Apart from that, India became number one in testing for the first time in 2009. On August 15 of this year, Dhoni suddenly announced his retirement from international cricket. Dhoni had retired from Test Cricket in December 2014. Dhoni said goodbye to the ODI and T20 harbor master’s office in the same style at the start of 2017, for which he is known.

Dhoni played his last international game against New Zealand in the 2019 World Cup semi-finals. Please say Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s form in the 2019 World Cup was very bad. Dhoni has scored 273 points at an average of 45.50 in 8 innings out of 9 matches played in the 2019 World Cup, including 2 50s. Meanwhile, Dhoni has also been criticized for his slowness at batting.

Dhoni (MS Dhoni) played his last test match for India in December 2014 against Australia in Melbourne. Apart from that, Dhoni played his last T20 International match against Australia in February 2019 in Bengaluru. Born on July 12, 1981, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s staff had begun to show the effect of his growing age. Dhoni has been constantly criticized for his slowness at batting.

Dhoni’s achievements
1 Cricket World Cup (2011)
1 T20 World Cup (2007)
1 Champions Trophy (2013)
3 IPL titles (2010, 2011, 2018)
2 T20 Champions League titles (2010, 2014)
10,773 ODI + 444 tracks behind the ticket office
4,876 tests + 294 counters behind the counters
91 victims behind 1,617 International T20 races + ticket offices

Performance in One Day International – Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 10,773 runs in 350 ODIs for India at an average of 50.57, including 10 centuries and 73 fiftieths. During that time, his best score was 183 not released. Dhoni has 1 wicket in ODI and his best performance is 1 wicket for 14 races.

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Performance in Tests – Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 4,876 races in 90 tests for India at an average of 38.09, which includes 6 centuries and 33 half centuries. Meanwhile, his best score was 224 points.

Performance in T20 International – Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 1617 points in 98 T20 internationals for India with an average of 37.60, including two in his fifties. Meanwhile, his best score was 56 points.