Dhoni Steps Down from Captaincy

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The news about Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s stepping down as the skipper of India’s One-day International along with T20 International sides ending with a trophy-filled era stumped every Cricket fan yesterday. At present Dhoni is 35 years old and he already got retired from Test Cricket in the month of December in the year 2014 but he continued to lead the national team during the shorter formats of the game.
Dhoni played an important role in the International Cricket Council World T20 title in the year 2007.The other notable one is the Word Cup Victory which took place in the year 2011 and the team lifted the Champions Trophy in the year 2013 and India also received high ranking during his tenure. The most remarkable one in the Cricket is that Dhoni is the only captain in world Cricket to win each of the ICC trophies.
He also mentioned that he will be available for the selection of the three ODIs and T20s against England which is going to start from January 15. His contribution to the Cricket team in India is high remarkable.  He is so inspiring that his Biopic M.S. Dhoni inspired all his fans a lot. There are a lot more qualities which every cricketer should learn from this leader like leadership, down to earth, leading team with motivation and many more.

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