As we all are aware about India’s greatest captain MSD resigned as India’s cricket captain on Wednesday. He was currently leading the Indian team in ODIs and T20 internationals. He retired from Tests on December 30, 2014 in Australia.
Much the same as he did with his Test retirement in Australia, Dhoni got everyone by surprise by announcing he was not keen to lead in the limited overs format.
However, Dhoni will be available for selection for the One Day and T20I and has been selected as wicket-keeper for the upcoming series against England that starts in Pune on January 15 as announced by the BCCI on January 6.
After Ricky Ponting and Stephen Fleming, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has played the third highest number of ODIs as skipper which is 199 ODIs.
MSD is a man who has won virtually every international silverware. Let’s see his journey as the Captain of Indian Cricket Team and relive all those moments he has given to us @allmsdians
Here are few quotes followed by the tribute video: