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MS Dhoni Facts and Information

Full nameMahendra Singh Dhoni
Born7 July 1981 (age 38), Ranchi, Jharkhand, India
HometownRanchi, Jharkhand
NicknameMahi, MS, MSD
Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Batting styleRight hand batsman
Bowling styleRight arm medium
RoleWicket-keeper, Batsman
National sideIndia
Major TeamsIndia, Asia XI, Bihar, Chennai Super Kings, Jharkhand, Rising Pune Supergiants
Test debut (cap 251)2 December 2005 v Sri Lanka
Last Test26 December 2014 v Australia
ODI debut (cap 158)23 December 2004 v Bangladesh
Last ODI2 July 2019 v Bangladesh
ODI shirt no.7
T20I debut (cap 2)1 December 2006 v South Africa
Last T20I27 February 2019 v Australia
Domestic Team Information
YearsTeam
1999/00-2003/04Bihar
2004/05-presentJharkhand
2008-2015Chennai Super Kings
2016-2017Rising Pune Supergiants
2018-presentChennai Super Kings


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Career

Dhoni began his career in 1998 by playing for Bihar U-19 team. He also played for East Zone U-19 for the CK Nayudu trophy team. In 1999-2000, he made a debut for Bihar in Ranji Trophy. Dhoni’s performance in the 2002–03 season included three half-centuries in the Ranji Trophy and a couple of half-centuries in the Deodhar Trophy, as he started gaining recognition for his lower-order contribution as well as hard-hitting batting style. His brilliant performances in the Deodhar Trophy, Duleep Trophy and India ‘A’ tour of Kenya, brought him to the notice of the national team selectors. Dhoni’s talent was discovered via the BCCI’s small-town talent-spotting initiative Talent Resource Development Wing. Dhoni was discovered by TRDO Prakash Poddar, who saw Dhoni play for Jharkhand at a match in Jamshedpur in 2003, and sent a report to the National Cricket Academy. He was recognised for his efforts in best wicket-keeping in the 2003/04 season, especially in the One Day format, and was picked for the India ‘A’ squad for a tour of Zimbabwe and Kenya. He was then selected to play for the Indian Cricket team, after making a mark in the India A squad and in 2004, where he made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in Chittagong.


Since then, MS Dhoni has come a long way in cricket. His sterling performances with the bat have rescued India from many a tight situation. In his illustrious career, Dhoni has played 90 Tests scoring 4876 runs with his highest being 224 against Australia at Chennai in 2013. His amazing statistics behind the stumps include 256 catches and 38 stumpings.


In the ODI scenario, MS has so far played 265 matches scoring 8620 runs, with his highest being a staggering 183 out off 145 balls not-out against Sri Lanka, in Jaipur, 2005-06. Dhoni ended the series with the highest run aggregate (346) and was awarded the Man of the Series award for his efforts. In December 2005, MS was rewarded a B-grade contract by the BCCI. His ODI wicket-keeping statistics include 246 catches and 85 stumpings. Dhoni made his ICC Cricket World Cup debut in 2007 and played only three matches due to India’s early exit. India won the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, among others, under his captaincy. India reached the finals in ICC World Cup 2011 with victories over Australia and Pakistan in quarter-finals and semi-finals, respectively. Chasing a target of 275 in the final against Sri Lanka, Dhoni rescued his team alongside Gautam Gambhir, and later Yuvraj Singh, to help India lift their second World Cup title since 1983. He scored 91 not out, finishing the game with a historic six and claiming the Man of the Match award.


He is also the captain of the Chennai Super Kings Team in IPL (Indian Premier League). Under his captaincy, the team has won two IPL titles and also the Champions League Twenty20 in 2010.


Winning the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy. Dhoni became the first and only captain in international cricket to claim all ICC trophies. In November 2013, Dhoni became the second India batsman after Sachin Tendulkar to aggregate 1,000 or more ODI-runs against Australia. During the 2015 Cricket World Cup, Dhoni became the first Indian captain to win all group stage matches in such a tournament. Dhoni stepped down as captain of India in the limited over formats in January 2017. In April 2019, he was named in India’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Dhoni was a part of India’s first ever Twenty20 international match.


Awards

He has also received the Man of the Series and the Man of the Match Awards on several occasions. He got his first Test Man of the Match Award in 2008 against Australia. It was Sri Lanka in India ODI Series in 2005-06 where he received his first Man of the Series Award. He is also a recipient of the ICC Player of the year award for consecutive years in 2008 and 2009, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2007 and the Padma Shri award in 2009.


He also received the Honorary doctorate degree by De Montfort University in August 2011 and Padma Bhushan award, India’s third-highest civilian award, in 2018.


Some of his Other Numerous Achievements are:

His 10 sixes in an innings are the sixth highest in ODI cricket.

He broke the record of Adam Gilchrist for the highest score made by a wicket keeper by scoring 183 runs.

He holds the record of maximum dismissals by an Indian wicketkeeper in an innings.

India reached the highest test score of 726-9, under his captaincy.

He is the only ODI captain to have played at number seven and scored a century. He did it in December 2012 while playing against Pakistan.

He is the first Indian wicketkeeper to reach 4000 tests runs.



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