MS Dhoni’s life now a chapter in school curriculum
Another feather attached to Indian limited over captain MS Dhoni’s career. His life is now a chapter in school education.
He recently attended Delhi Public School in Varanasi which included a chapter on him to their curriculum.
India’s World T20 and World Cup winning captain MS Dhoni retired from Test cricket in 2015 after the Australia series.
Dhoni in 2007 has become the captain of the T20 side and later become the ODI captain, after Anil Kumble’s retirement Dhoni also become the Test captain of the Indian side.
In 2009 under his captaincy India has become No. 1 team in Test cricket and held the position for 18 months.
In 2011 he lifted the world cup at the Wankhede stadium and then he was crowned the Champions Trophy in 2013.
Dhoni is regarded as one of the best finishers of all time. He helped India to win many matches.
Dhoni’s rise in international cricket is a dramatic story as he started his career as a Railway ticket collector. And later he started playing cricket as the season start.
He used to play for India A. His good form in Zimbabwe and Kenya earned him an India senior cap. He made his debut against Bangladesh in 2004.
After Bangladesh series, he knocked his arrival with a gutsy 148 in Vizag and then 183 against Sri Lanka. In Pakistan, in 2006 he and Yuvraj Singh helped India to win the six-match series 4-2.
Dhoni often finishes the innings with a six. However, nowadays his critics raised a question about his form and fitness. But Dhoni is determined to play the 2017 Champions Trophy and 2019 World Cup in England.
In seems that the 2017 World Cup will be his last.
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