MS Dhoni, the most successful captain of the Indian cricket team turns 40 today. On this special day, we are looking back at the journey of his life and career. So without making any further delay let’s explore the journey of captain Cool.
The young MS Dhoni loved football but he ended the dream and joined the Indian Railways and in 2004, he stepped into the international arena. MS Dhoni faced failures in the early stage of his career in cricket but an awesome innings of 148 runs against Pakistan in 2005 showcased his talent and he showcased his ability to finishing of the game helped him cemented his position in the team.
He led team India in the T20 World Cup and his strategies helped India to clinch the first ever T20 World Cup. Then he came the 2011 world cup and MS Dhoni finished it off in a style to hand his country the much-anticipated World Cup trophy after 28 years, and it was a dream come true moment for the God of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar as well.
The innings of the World Cup final and the last ball six will be special as well as evergreen for many decades. Under the leadership of MS Dhoni, India clinched the 2013 Champions Trophy on the land of England as well.
Finally, the journey of the Indian Cricket Team was ended by the legendary player on August 15, 2020, and he left his signature in the millions of hearts will remain forever.