The list of achievements of former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is long. Dhoni is the only captain in the world to take the team to three ICC trophies under his captaincy. Under Dhoni’s leadership India has won the 2007 T20 World Cup, 2011 World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy. Dhoni, one of the world’s most successful captains, has been retiring from international cricket for nearly a year. Dhoni played the last international match of his career in the semifinals of the 2019 World Cup against New Zealand. Unfortunately he was out for this match. You will be surprised to learn that Dhoni’s last international career, like his debut, is Run.
Let us tell you, Dhoni made his international debut against Bangladesh on 23 December 2004. Mohammad Kaif played the highest innings of 80 runs in 111 balls for India in Chittagong. Dhoni, batting in the seventh in his debut, runs for a run after the first ball is shot, but Kaif, who is standing on the non-striker’s edge, refuses to take him, so Dhoni returns to the pavilion without opening the account.
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Many years later, Kaif revealed about the match and said that Dhoni had apologized to him for running out after the innings, on which he smiled and thought nothing had happened. After making his debut in 2004, Dhoni secured his place in the national team on his wicket-keeping and batting ability.
Dhoni was captain of the first T20 World Cup organized in 2007 after the departure of the first round of Team India. Dhoni got the support of many experienced players. Under the captaincy of the experienced Dhoni, the team made history and captured the World Cup. Dhoni was then named captain of the ODI and Test team. After this, Dhoni took Team India to a different level on their charismatic leadership abilities.
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