Former captain and veteran wicket-keeper batsman, 39-year-old Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who won India two World Cups, has bid farewell to international cricket. He offered a release to a 16-year-long international career on Saturday. Dhoni made his international debut in December 2004 by playing ODIs against Bangladesh.
MS Dhoni will keep on playing IPL. In such a time, his fans can see Dhoni playing in the IPL.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has just resigned from Test cricket. Dhoni played his last Test match
for India in Melbourne against Australia in December 2014. Aside from this, Dhoni played his final T20 International match against Australia in February 2019 in Bengaluru, while the World Cup semi-last (9-10 July 2019) was his last ODI.
Born on 7 July 1981, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s batting had begun indicating the impact of his growing age. Dhoni was criticized continuously for his average batting. After the World Cup, Team India went on a visit through the West Indies; however, during this time, Dhoni went through 15 days in Kashmir with the Territorial Army Unit. He was posted in Kashmir from 31 July to 15 August.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s slow batting in the World Cup-2019 was the objective of theorists. Dhoni scored 273 runs at a normal of 45.50 in 8 innings of 9 matches played in the World Cup 2019, including two fifties. During this, Dhoni faced criticism for his average batting.
Dhoni is the only captain in world cricket who has won three major ICC trophies. Under Dhoni’s captaincy, Team India has won ICC World T20 (2007), Cricket World Cup (2011), and ICC Champions Trophy (2013). Aside from this, India got number 1 in Tests without precedent for 2009.
Successes of captain Dhoni
1 Cricket World Cup (2011)
1 T20 World Cup (2007)
1 Champions Trophy (2013)
3 IPL titles (2010, 2011, 2018)
2 Champions League T20 titles (2010, 2014)
Performance in international cricket
10,773 ODI runs, 444 behind the wicket
4,876 Test runs, 294 victims behind the wicket
1,617 T20 International runs, 91 wickets behind the wicket
Performance in One Day International
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 10773 runs in 350 ODIs for India at a normal of 50.57, speaking to 10 centuries and 73 half-hundreds of years. During this, his best score was 183 not out. Dhoni has 1 wicket in ODIs, and his best execution is 1 wicket for 14 runs.
Performance in Test Matches
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 4876 runs in 90 Tests for India at a normal of 38.09, which includes 6 centuries and 33 half-hundreds of years. During this time, his best score was 224 runs.
Performance at T20 International
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 1617 runs in 98 T20 Internationals for India at a normal of 37.60, including 2 fifties. During this, his best score was 56 runs.
Performance in IPL
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 4432 runs in 190 IPL matches at a normal of 42.21, including 23 fifties. During this, his best score was 84 runs.
International Cricket Travel
In India, where cricketers need to spend their lives to arrive at a high level, Dhoni’s ability was unique. His excursion from junior cricket to the Bihar cricket crew, Jharkhand cricket crew to India A group, and the Indian group was finished in only 5-6 years. He began junior cricket in 1998, and on 23 December 2004, he started his global vocation through ODI against Bangladesh.
Dhoni couldn’t do much in his first arrangement against Bangladesh. In the fifth arrangement against Pakistan in his fifth ODI against Pakistan in Visakhapatnam in the following method, this player left an inquiry on everybody’s words, ‘Those long Hairy kid, who is Dhoni? ‘
Mahendra Singh Dhoni assumed control over the captaincy of the Indian group in the year 2008. When Dhoni assumed control over the captaincy of the group, he had numerous difficulties. Like offering chances to the adolescent and building a group for what’s to come. Dhoni gave many memorable minutes to the Indian group, confronting each one of those difficulties. India tasted the main Test score just because of Dhoni’s captaincy.
Under Dhoni’s captaincy, India has won ICC World T20 (2007), Cricket World Cup (2011) and ICC Champions Trophy (2013). Aside from this, India got number one in Tests without precedent for 2009. In December 2014, Dhoni reported his unexpected retirement from Test cricket. Toward the start of 2017, Dhoni bid farewell to ODI and T20 captaincy in a similar style, for which he is known.