Mahendra Singh Dhoni Career
Dhoni was a goalkeeper in a local football team in his childhood. His coach was Keshav Banerjee. who asked Dhoni to try his hand at wicket-keeping.
While Playing for the Central Coal Fields Limited in the Sheesh Mahal Tournament, Dhoni used to get Rs 50 from his coach Dewal Sahay for every six hit in the matches.
When the TRDW(Talent Resource Development Wing) match was in Jamshedpur, PC Poddar(the former cricket captain of Bengal) saw good capacity in Dhoni and selected Dhoni in Bihar u 19 teams in the 1998/99 season. He scored 176 runs in 5 matches.
He played as a senior from Bihar during 1999-2003, However, the East Zone Selectors ignored his performance, He then joined the West Bengal team. There he worked as a ticket collector in the Kharagpur railway station for 3 years (2001-2003).
His ODI debut was not a dream debut for him, He was run out for a duck on December 23, 2004, against Bangladesh.
Dhoni made his first ODI century against Pakistan in Vishakapatnam, Where he scored 148 off 123 balls.
His life took a turn in 2004 when he was selected for India a tour of Zimbabwe and Kenya where he performed very well.
It was Sachin Tendulkar who recommended his name for the captaincy of India in 2007, After which the Indian cricket team reached the same height as before.
He is considered the best finisher in international cricket, and known for finishing the match with a six, he became popular when they won 6 matches against Sri Lanka in the 2011 ECC World Cup Final.
He is the only captain in world cricket to win all three ICC trophies – 2007 World T20, 2011 World Cup, and 2013 Champions Trophy, and India became the No.1 Test Team and remained at the top for 18 months.
The great Indian cricketer ruled the Indian cricket team for a long time in the limited-overs format between 2007 and 2016 and in Test cricket between 2008 and 2014.
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