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MS Dhoni Best Indian Captain: Cricket Performance and Record

Mahendra Singh Dhoni also know as MS Dhoni is an Indian International Cricketer and one of the popular cricketer of India. He is the best captain so far in ODI and Test match format for India. He is right-hand middle order batsman and one of the hardest hitter of the ball in the world. Dhoni also do keeping behind the stumps and the current captain of Team India. Under his captaincy India lifted T20 World cup in 2007 and ODI world-cup in 2011. MS Dhoni is a great finisher of the game, many times batted in the lower middle order & made India to won the matches.

He was born on 7th July 1981 in Ranchi, Jharkhand. MS Dhoni debut in International cricket in ODI ,Bangladesh v India at MA Aziz Stadium, Chittagong on December 23, 2004. Then he Debut in Test Match on December 2, 2005 in India v Sri Lanka at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from the test match format in 2014 and now playing limited over format of cricket for India.He also represent Chennai Super Kings as a captain and won the IPL tittle two times. This year in IPL 2016 he will playing for Team Pune.


MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni

Full NameMahendra Singh Dhoni
Date Of BirthJuly 7, 1981, Ranchi, Jharkhand
Major TeamsIndia, Asia XI, Bihar, Chennai Super Kings, Jharkhand, Team Pune
Batting Style
Right-hand bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium


MS Dhoni Batting Performance:-


Mahendra Singh Dhoni Bowling Performance:-


MS Dhoni Debut & Career Information:-

Test DebutIndia v Sri Lanka at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, December 2, 2005
Last TestAustralia v India at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, December 26, 2014
ODI DebutBangladesh v India at MA Aziz Stadium, Chittagong, December 23, 2004
Last ODI Australia vs Ind at Sydney Cricket Ground, Jan 23, 2016
T20 DebutSouth Africa v India at New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, December 1, 2006
Last T20Ind vs West Indies, Mar 31, 2016, Wankhede Stadium

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