• (2004-present) Test debut (cap ) 2 December 2005 v Last Test 26 December 2014 v debut (cap ) 23 December 2004 v Last ODI 4 February 2018 v ODI shirt no. 7 T20I debut (cap ) 1 December 2006 v Last T20I 24 December 2017 v T20I shirt no.
7 Domestic team information Years Team 19/04 2004/05–present 2008–2015 (squad no. 7) 2016–2017 (squad no. 7) 2018– (squad no. 7) Career statistics Competition Matches 90 312 131 86 Runs scored 4,876 9,992 7,038 1,364 38.09 52.04 36.84 36.86 100s/50s 6/33 10/67 9/47 0/1 Top score 224 183 224 56 bowled 96 36 126 – 0 1 0 – – 31.00 – – 5 wickets in 0 0 0 – 10 wickets in match 0 0 0 – Best bowling – 1/14 – – Catches/ 256/38 293/105 364/57 47/29. Source:, 13 December 2017 Mahendra Singh Dhoni ( (); commonly known as MS Dhoni; born 7 July 1981), is an Indian who the in limited-overs formats from 2007 to 2016 and in from 2008 to 2014. An attacking right-handed middle-order batsman and, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest finishers in limited-overs cricket. He is also regarded as one of the best wicket-keepers in world cricket and is known to have very fast hands. He made his (ODI) debut in December 2004 against, and played his first Test a year later against.
Dhoni has been the recipient of many awards, including the award in 2008 and 2009 (the first player to win the award twice), the award in 2007, the, India's fourth highest civilian honour, in 2009 and the, India's third highest civilian honour, in 2018. He was named as the captain of ICC World Test XI and ICC World ODI XI teams for 2009.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni: Born. Mahi, MSD, Captain Cool: Height: 5 ft 9 in. A biographical film based on the life of Dhoni, titled M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story. Captain Cool: Height: 5. Ms Dhoni is the only captain to win all ICC. A biographical film based on the life of Dhoni, titled M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story.
Zabranjena Ljubav Serija on this page. The Indian conferred the honorary rank of to Dhoni on 1 November 2011. He is the second Indian cricketer after to receive this honour. Dhoni also holds numerous captaincy records such as the most wins by an Indian captain in Tests and ODIs, and most back-to-back wins by an Indian captain in ODIs. He took over the ODI captaincy from in 2007 and led the team to its first-ever bilateral ODI series wins in Sri Lanka and New Zealand. Under his captaincy, India won the, the CB Series of 2007–08, the 2010 Asia Cup, the and the. In the final of the 2011 World Cup, Dhoni scored 91 not out off 79 balls handing the victory for which he was awarded the Man of the Match. In June 2013, when India defeated England in the final of the Champions Trophy in England, Dhoni became the first captain to win all three ICC limited-overs trophies (World Cup, Champions Trophy and the World Twenty20).
After taking up the Test captaincy in 2008, he led the team to series wins in New Zealand and West Indies, and the in 2008, 2010 and 2013. In 2009, Dhoni also led the Indian team to number one position for the first time in the. In 2013, under his captaincy, India became the first team in more than 40 years to Australia in a Test series. In the, he captained the to victory at the and seasons, along with wins in the and editions of. He announced his retirement from Tests on 30 December 2014.