One of the most loved and scrutinised cricketers to have ever been born in India - Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the perfect story for every small town boy/girl who wants to make it big in life. Hailing from the cricketing backwaters - Jharkhand, Dhoni is unarguably the second most popular player in the cricket frenzy nation after 'God' Sachin Tendulkar. Going by the statistics, Dhoni is India's most successful captain and under his leadership, India have won the top prize in all formats of the gentlemen's game - the inaugural World Twenty20 on his captaincy debut in 2007, No.1 Test ranking for 18 months starting December 2009, and the 50-over World Cup in 2011 in Mumbai. He is also the first captain in the world to win three different ICC trophies. Dhoni also led India to a memorable 2013 Champions Trophy triumph in England. During his now more than 14-years long international career, Dhoni has played an integral part in many of India's famous victories. For his impressive match-winning skills, the veteran batsman has also been christened with the tag of 'one of the best finishers in the sport', especially in the limited-overs format. However, with age catching up - Dhoni's batting abilities are on the wane but his electric reflexes and impeccable instincts behind the stumps still make him an indispensable asset to Team India. With the countdown of the 2019 ICC World Cup already started, India still needs the services of one of its biggest stalwarts who is responsible for taking the team to insurmountable heights.read more
CSK skipper MS Dhoni feels dew will play a big factor despite teams losing while chasing in last two matches, Delhi Capitals picks Amit Mishra ahead of injured R Ashwin.
Rajasthan Royals defeated Chennai Super Kings by 16 runs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on September 22.
Rajasthan Royals skipper Steve Smith lauded the team players after defeating Chennai Super Kings by 16 runs in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on September 22. "We played really well.
Considered one of the greatest captains to play the game and arguably India's greatest, Dhoni's ride got a bit bumpy but in the end, the 38-year-old walked out with nothing but respect and achievements to hold on to.
Team Chennai Super Kings along with skipper MS Dhoni left for United Arab Emirates for upcoming Indian Premiere League.
MS Dhoni's love for the Indian Army is no secret. Dhoni inspires the youth of the nation to join the Indian Army and serve the country.
Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Rajeev Shukla on August 16 ended the rumours of a farewell match for MS Dhoni.
Two-time World Cup-winning former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni retired from international cricket, ending over one year of suspense and also an era during which his often unorthodox leadership and finishing skills became the stuff of legends.
Former Indian cricketer Dilip Vengsarkar on August 16 stated that MS Dhoni's contribution in Indian cricket was huge and it's difficult to fill his place.
MS Dhoni's die-hard fan Ram Babu got emotional on former Indian cricket captain's retirement from international cricket.
Dhoni's retirement took the cricket world by surprise on Saturday evening when he made the announcement on his official Instagram account.
Former Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on August 15 announced his retirement from international cricket.
Considered one of the greatest captains to play the game and arguably India's best, Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced retirement from international cricket on Saturday (August 15).
Former Captain of India's Men Cricket team Mahendra Singh Dhoni turned 39 today. His fans all around the world are pouring wishes in aplenty. Popularly known as the 'Captain Cool', Dhoni has been on a sabbatical since World Cup 2019.
Dhoni on Monday received a rousing reception at the MA Chidambaram Stadium during his first training session with Chennai Super Kings ahead of his much-anticipated return to action in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Team India coach Ravi Shastri said that MS Dhoni knows when it is right to walk away and people should stop talking about his retirement.
On Wednesday, Dhoni revealed that he too does go through the same emotions -- frustration, anger, disappointment -- but he rather focuses his energy into thinking what should be done.
Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is only behind Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the list of most admired men in India, released by YouGov.
MS Dhoni may have begun the innings slowly, but steered India to a competitive total towards the end as the side cruised to a comfortable victory at Old Trafford against the West Indies.
ICC rejects BCCI request, asks MS Dhoni to remove military insignia from wicketkeeping gloves