MS Dhoni Career Moments To Bid His Captaincy

Admin, 09-01-2017

Born in a Jharkhand middle-class family, Dhoni knows the struggles of one. Despite the ever-rising and mind-boggling fame he's had, he has continued to stay grounded, always remembering where he started from.

He has left several marks in the cricket world since the beginning of his career in the early 2000s. The list of his achievements is long, but it's worth mentioning that he has made several records during his captaincy since he took over after Rahul Dravid in 2007.

Here are some of his career highlights that are worth remembering as he gives over his title as a captain.

MS Dhoni Career Moments To Bid His Captaincy
Though his career started a little shaky, with a lot of struggles and a few speed-breakers, Dhoni never gave up on his passion.
MS Dhoni has set yet another record in his career as he surpassed the God of cricket aka Sachin Tendulkar in the number of sixes in the ODI matches with 196 sixes as opposed to 195 by Tendulkar. He also holds a record of the captain with the most international sixes with 204 as opposed to 191 sixes by Ricky Ponting.
The helicopter shot is supposed to be one of the most difficult shots in cricket. According to experts, because Dhoni has a nice bottom-hand grip and amazing wrists in combination with a lot of power is he able to perform such move with such grace.

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