MS Dhoni: Former captain MS Dhoni announced his retirement in the same manner like he is known to be Mr. Cool...However he chose the 74th Independence Day i.e. 15 August 2020 to announce the same.
The news regarding his retirement came in light with his Instagram Post in which he shared the same. Mahendra Singh Dhoni the person one of the superb finisher on ground, famous among his fans as Captain Cool, MSD and Mahi...The person who has given a new height to the Indian cricket with his own style in all format of cricket. 

On the occassion of his 38th birthday, here are the amazing facts of Dhon's Life. 

Needless to say, during his career span and over the years, he has proved that he is a stellar sportsman with not only in the ground, but also in every field life. 
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The aggression of MS Dhoni is enough to display during the ground but he never give up his coolness and perhaps it is the only thing which keeps him separate to other. He never lose his winning stint but being cool and calm which made him Captain Cool for his fans. 

Dhoni has made 4876 runs in 90 Test matches with average 38.09.  He has made 6 century during his test career with 78 six and his highest score is 224 runs.
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In ODI, Dhoni has played total 349 matches so far with and made total 10723 runs. His highest score is 183 (runs not) out against Sri Lanka in Jaipur. The innings in which he made the 183 was crucial for his stamina and also for his career as India was chasing the score against Sri Lanka and Dhoni has made the glorious runs. He started his ODI career against Bangladesh in 2004.

Dhoni has played total 98 T20I matches and made total 1617 runs during his career. He has made highest 56 runs with strike rate126.13 runs. He has hilted total 52 sixes and 116 fours during his T20I career. 

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During IPL, Dhoni has displayed very colorful performance and made total 4432 runs. He has played total 190 IPL matches and made 209 sixes and 297 Fours with average of 42.21.

MS Dhoni has become the third Indian cricketer to play 500 International matches. The other Indian players are Tahul Dravid (664) and Sachin Tendulkar (509).

Out of much achievement for the country, Dhoni has become the only Indian captain who has win three ICC trophies for the country. First when India won the inaugural World T20 in 2007 in which India played under his captainship. It was the inaugural T20 trophy and Indian will never forget the game and Captain Cool's strategy which helped India in winning the trophy.

Again it was ICC World Cup 2011 which was won under his captainship and the Champions Trophy in 2013 which was won by Dhoni and his company under his captainship.

Dhoni has remained a recipient of the ICC Player of the year award for consecutive years in 2008 and 2009. For his performances in the Cricket, he has been awarded with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2007 and the Padma Shri award in 2009.

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