MS Dhoni gives up India’s ODI and T20 captaincy

MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni has ventured down as skipper of India’s constrained overs groups in front of the ODIs and T20Is against England in January. He will in any case be accessible for choice as a wicketkeeper-batsman for the arrangement, however, the BCCI said on Wednesday evening.

The selectors are meeting to pick the squads on January 6 in Mumbai. The BCCI did not quickly name a successor however Virat Kohli, who drives India in Test cricket, is the leader for the employment.

“For the benefit of each Indian cricket fan and the BCCI, I might want to express gratitude toward MS Dhoni for his exceptional commitment as the skipper of the Indian group over all organizations,” BCCI CEO Rahul Johri said. “Under his administration, Indian group has touched new statures and his accomplishments will stay scratched everlastingly in the archives of Indian cricket.”

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Dhoni had surrendered the Test captaincy in December 2014, when he resigned from the configuration after the Melbourne Test. In any case, he remained on as ODI and T20 worldwide skipper in the wake of having gone up against those parts in 2007.

He was India’s best commander, driving the group to triumph in the 2007 World T20 in South Africa, the 2011 World Cup in India, and the 2013 Champions Trophy in England. Dhoni drove India in 199 ODIs, of which he won 110 and lost 74. He was chief in 72 T20Is, of which India won 41 and lost 28.

Dhoni made 6633 ODI keeps running as commander at a normal of 54 and a strike rate of 86. As commander in T20Is, Dhoni scored 1112 keeps running at a strike rate of 122.60.

MS Dhoni




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