MS Dhoni

By , December 7, 2011 8:27 am

Mahendra Singh Dhoni was born on the 7th of July 1981. He made his one day international debut in the year 2004 when he played against Bangladesh. His test debut was a year later against Sri Lanka. His initial game play was superb and outstanding. He managed to give an impressive performance on every occasion. His skills and talent knew no bounds and he continuously performed better and better.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni was born in a small town in Ranchi and managed to make his way through with immense amount of effort and hard work. His amazing batting style and superb wicket keeping skills made him well known not only among the staff and coaches but also became a popular figure among the millions of fans around.

His excellent game play knew no bounds and he eventually went on to becoming the captain for the Indian cricket team in the year 2007. People wanted to see how good a player he was when it came to taking important decisions. Most people felt that he would fail with this job but he proved all wrong by letting India win the ICC World cup T20 series which not only increased his fame but also his captaincy skills. Coaches and the higher officials were all in favor of Dhoni and would do anything to ensure his presence in the team. He continued to show his excellent decision and game play in further matches and this kept increasing with time.

Dhoni has made a commendable performance in most of the matches and he has proven to be the savior for a majority of games which has been crucial for India’s victory. His random and radical changes in the batting order and other such decisions might have not gone well with the other team members, but Dhoni has always stuck to his guts and has never gone against what he feels. Most of the time this has proven quite lucky for him and he has been successful with most of his decision which has improved his name and position.

Dhoni has been very hard working as a captain as well as a player and has gone out of his way to ensure that he gives his level best for the team. At the end of the day he always has a clear conscience that he has given his hundred percent for his task.

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