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MS Dhoni The Game Changer Needs 82 Runs To Complete 9000 Runs In ODI’s | 5th Indian To Cross 9000 Runs

Mahi (Ms Dhoni) is the most successful captain of India he announced his retirement from Test Cricket but the game changer dhoni is probably known as the one of the best finisher of the game of cricket. Dhoni is one and only best captain to lead India for 60 test matches after Sourav Ganguly with 49 tests. Dhoni is the most successful T20 captain along Test playing nations. BCCI states that MS Dhoni retires from test to concentrate on ODI’s. There are many more facts about MS Dhoni that you must know.Here is a list of top Facts about MS Dhoni the Game changer.

MS Dhoni has made his Ranji Trophy debut at the age of 18 years in 1999. Even after that he works as a Ticket Collector in Indian Railways for almost 3 years from 2000-2003.To support his game and as well as his family. He was not so rich, but now he is richest cricketer according to the forbes source dhoni net worth is 31 million USD.

Dhoni retired from Test cricket at the end of 2014, ceding his Indian national team captainship to fellow star Virat Kohli, but he remains India’s captain at the ODI and T20 levels. He led India to the semifinal round of the 2015 Cricket World Cup before suffering a loss to eventual champion Australia, and in May the Chennai Super Kings went to the IPL Finals for the sixth time in his eight years as team captain. He is co-producing “M.S Dhoni: The Untold Story,” an upcoming biopic that has been fraught with delays but has already funneled some $3 million into the Indian star’s pockets.





Ms Dhoni CAPTAINCY RECORD In Test Matches :

CountryMtsWonLostDrawnWin%
v Australia1348130.76
v Bangladesh1100100.00
v England1539320.00
v New Zealand941444.44
v South Africa833237.50
v Sri Lanka631250.00
v West Indies850362.50
Home30213670.00
Away30615920.00
Total6027181545.00

In ODI career MS Dhoni played total 275 matches with total 8918 runs includes (183* high score, 9 hundereds, 60 fifties, 691 fours, 192 sixes,overall SR 89.27 )

In an interview MS Dhoni told that he always wanted to be an army officer. But eventually he became a cricketer, but his desire to become an army officer has been fulfilled by Indian Army when Team India won the world cup 2011, Indian army honoured MS Dhoni with the rank of lieutenant Colonel. Dhoni told that it was his childhood dream to become an Army Officer.

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Last but not least Dhoni most succesful the helicopter short has become one of the most famous shorts in modern cricket every child just try to copy that short and try to hit a six using that, Helicopter short has been came in name when MS Dhoni hits a number of sixes using that short.

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