Today is Dhoni’s 40th birthday, here are 5 great achievements that no one else has, the best captain of all time.

New Delhi: Mahendra Singh Dhoni, aka MS Dhoni, celebrates her 40th birthday today. India’s all-time great cricket captain who needs no qualifications is still active on the field. There is no other captain who has handed out all the ICC trophies to Indian fans. Dhoni’s amazing life has changed from a small town in Ranchi to an Indian legend.

2011 ODI World Cup Title

Decades later, when India won the ODI World Cup again, Dhoni was the captain of India. Dhoni wins Nuwan Kulasekara’s six at Mumbai Wankhede Stadium Gautam Gambhir (97) and Dhoni (91) overtook India by 275 runs in the final.

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2007 T20 World Cup victory


When the ICC hosted the T20 World Cup for the first time, India was the champion. The true glory of Dhoni’s captaincy is recognized by the world with the T20 World Cup. In the final, India defeated arch rival Pakistan by 5 runs to win the title. Dhoni was praised for his excellent changes and decisions in bowling.

2013 Champions Trophy Victory


Dhoni was the captain when India first won the Champions Trophy. The Dhoni captain led India to a historic victory in a low-scoring match that day. In the final, which was reduced to 20 overs, India was eliminated by 129, defeating England by 124 runs to clinch the title. Dhoni’s decision to pitch Ishant Sharma marked a turning point in the match.

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ICC 1st Rank Achievement

Dhoni also led India to become world number one in testing. In 2009, he made India number one in Testing and remained in this position for a long time. Throughout 2001, India has reached the number one position shared by Australia and South Africa alternately through Dhoni.

Captain in more games

Dhoni holds the world record for leading India in the most matches. Dhoni breaks the record of former Australia captain Ricky Ponting Dhoni has led India in 332 international matches. Putting in 324 games. Dhoni led the team to victory in 178 games. Dhoni has won 110 out of 200 ODI.

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