Mahendra Singh Dhoni is broadly viewed as one of the best cricketing personalities of the advanced game. A bunch can equal his accomplishments as captain and it was on this day that the amazing former India captain finished his hattrick of ICC titles opposing all chances as he drove the group to the Champions Trophy title.
Dhoni drove India sublimely to turn into the first skipper on the cricket history to have won all ICC trophies here seven years back on June 23 as his wards beat has England by five runs in a rain-curtailed 20-over ICC Champions Trophy ODI last.
Everything began in 2007 when a long-haired Dhoni from the eastern channels of Ranchi drove a genuinely youthful Indian side to the debut World T20 title in South Africa, beating most outstanding opponents Pakistan in horrible style.
Dhoni’s stock as a pioneer began coming to fruition after that success as he proceeded to lead India to the 2011 ODI World Cup, which is ostensibly his most noteworthy second as captain. He is known to have a calm attitude on his shoulders and on that day on April 2, 2011, Dhoni’s six off Nuwan Kulasekara to secure the World Cup will everlastingly be carved in open’s memory.
Dhoni has been on a vacation since the 2019 World Cup where India lost to New Zealand in the elimination rounds under Virat Kohli’s initiative. There has been a great deal of talk whether the wicketkeeper-batsman will come back to the Indian group or not with the T20 World Cup, to be held in the not so distant future in Australia, presently in question due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In any case, his name will perpetually be carved in the brains of cricket fans over the world for being a top-class leader.