Cricket is not just a name of sport in the country, it’s the religion the emotion for most Indians and M S Dhoni has been an integral essence of that emotion. And the Twitter is celebrating 15 years of Dhonism. In his 15 years long career he has won millions of hearts and zero haters. A legendary batsman, outstanding wicket keeper whose stumping skills have the lightening speed and unbreakable records.
The one that the Indian cricket team and the audience can rely upon, known for his excellent chasing skills, Dhoni, the ultimate finisher can chase big runs in the worst circumstances.
How can we ever forget his run chase and that winning Six of 2011 ICC World Cup that brought India its 2nd World Cup. Dhoni has proved himself to be precious time after time. He has a class of his own, which no doubt are loved by the masses.
No matter what is going on the field he has always been cool, which earned him the nick name ‘Captain-Cool’, and this Captain Cool definitely gives everyone leadership goals.
His cool and calm attitude has proven to be profitable for the Indian Cricket Team. It might seem like he is not in his form from the last few matches but we can never underestimate nor deny what he has gifted to the Indian Cricket Team.
- In international cricket he has hit 204 sixes.
- He holds a record of 161 stumpings in International cricket.
- He is the fourth Indian batsmen who have completed century of half-centuries in International cricket.
- He has scored 183 against Sri Lanka in a ODI which is known to be highest scored by any wicket-keeper.
- He is also the only captain, under whose captaincy any team has won all 3 ICC Trophies.
These are the fewest achievements mentioned here. Indian cricket team will never get a good replacement for Dhoni.
Though , rumors were all around that Rishav Pant is a great wicket keeper and as efficient as Dhoni, but ultimately time will show that Dhoni is one and only name cricket world going to have.
He is a great player and is praised all over the world. He will always be rejoiced for his contribution World Cricket.