Mahendra Singh Dhoni His Early Years:
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a successful cricket captain of the Indian team. He was born on 7 July 1981 in Ranchi, Jharkhand. His father’s name is Pan Singh and mother Devaki Devi in the village Lvali of Almora District of Uttarakhand. His father works as a junior management in MECON. So they migrated to Ranchi and settled there. Dhoni has the siblings of Jayanti sister and a brother Narendra.
Introducing Cricket to Mahendra Singh Dhoni:
Dhoni studied in Jawahar Vidya Mandir, Shyamali, Ranchi, Jharkhand. At first, he was very interested in playing badminton and football. He was also selected in these games in district and club level sports. At first, he plays the role of goalkeeper for his football team, one day his coach sent Dhoni to play cricket in support for a local cricket team. There he interested to play as a goalkeeper and showed his skills with tremendous efforts. Like these, he continued to play cricket and dreamed of playing once to Indian cricket team. His regular performance made him play for the Commando Cricket club during 1995 to 1998. After his 10th standard, he completely focused playing cricket.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni Early Cricket Days:
Mahendra Singh Dhoni started his first-class career from the year 1999-2000. He played his first one day international match against Bangladesh on the 23 rd December 2004 at Chittagong, Bangladesh. But in this match, he scored nothing and run out on the first ball he faced. But in the same series in the fifth match in Visakhapatnam, he scored 148 runs from just 123 balls. In the score, he hit four sixes and fifteen boundaries. With this match, he proved himself as not only a wicketkeeper but also first class batsman too. Really from the India side, he is one of the best wicketkeeper combats men in Indian cricket history. In the same year on the 31 st October, Dhoni scored 183 runs against Srilanka in Jaipur. He created a world record of scoring 183 runs as a cricketer.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni As A Captain:
In 2007 the BCCI named Dhoni as the captain of Indian cricket team for the inaugural ICC World 20 matches held in South Africa. In the tournament, Dhoni led the team with his mind blowing ideas and crowned champions of 20-20 world cup. In the same tournament, Indian team suppressed Pakistan with its thrilling victory. In the same year, he has selected as the captain to One day International series also. Finally, he made full-time Test captain of India when Anil Kumble injured and his announcement of his retirement. Under his captaincy, Indian team got World Cup also after 1983. All the Indian cricket fans clear that he was the most successful Indian captain ever.