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Saturday, August 15, 2020

India legend Dhoni retires international career Stats, Stars Tributes


MS Dhoni: India legend retires international career, stats, cricketers tributes in social media.





MS Dhoni has announced his retirement from international cricket, bringing an end to the top-flight 16-years long career of one of India's greatest limited-overs cricketers, Captains as well Wicket-keeper.

39 years old is the only captain to lift all three ICC World cup trophies -  2007 T20 World Cup, 2011 Cricket World Cup and the 2013 Champions Trophy.  - and he also took India to the top of the ICC Test rankings.

 Dhoni, who made his India debut in 2004, scored 10,773 one-day international runs - the 11th highest tally in history - in 350 games. He also played 90 Tests and 98 T20s.

 "Thanks a lot for your love and support throughout. From 1929 hrs consider me as retired," he wrote on Instagram.





MS Dhoni: India legend retires international career, stats, cricketers tributes in social media.




MS Dhoni Int. career (ODI, Test & T20 ) in Numbers, stats.





In the Career last  match 350th, MS Dhoni's  fighting very hard into 72-ball 50 against New Zealand at the 2019 World Cup.
Dhoni finished with 10,773 runs at an average of 50.57 in ODIs, is the fifth Indian to surpass the 10k-run mark in the 50-over format. The wicketkeeper-batsman also has 229 ODI sixes - the most for an Indian batsman.


Dhoni was the Indian ODI captain in 2007 and has won 55 % of the 200 games he captained the national side (110 wins, 74 defeats, 5 tied, 11 NR).
His 200th ODI captaincy assignment came in the Asia Cup 2018 encounter against Afghanistan - the designated skipper for that tournament - was rested for the game, which eventually ended in a tie.



In T20Is, Dhoni played two shy of a 100 games, scoring over 1617 runs at a strike rate of 126.13. More importantly, he led India to glory in the inaugural World T20 in 2007. He has a 58.33 win percentage in this format, with 42 victories in 72 games as captain.


MS Dhoni Wicket-keeping Record, stats.


MS Dhoni through his wicket-keeping skills has earned the reputation of being one of the finest stumpers in the world in the last few years.
With 829 dismissals across the three formats in international cricket (634 catches, 195 stumpings), Dhoni finishes third on the list of wicketkeepers with most dismissals, only behind Mark Boucher (998) and Adam Gilchrist (905).




MS Dhoni retirement: Cricketers, Stars Tributes in on social media.

















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