Thursday, July 7, 2011

MS Dhoni turns 30 amid a brilliant career

MS Dhoni's career

Debuted as a one-day batsman in 2004/2005, it took him all five games before he found his groove smashed 148 from 123 balls against Pakistan and thus announcing his arrival.

Later that year he unleashed his martial skills in Sri Lanka, killing a 183 from 145 balls as India made ​​light work of finishing 299th It was not long before he invaded a selection test where he scored his first century against Pakistan in 2006.

If India underwent a rough patch in the coming months, culminating in shock first round exit from the page in 2007 World Cup, Dhoni also underwent a little lean period. But both his batting ability and recently left leader rose to prominence in India's triumph in the inaugural World T20 in South Africa later this year.

With this historic victory, Dhoni had signaled his adept ness at the top can form a team in a winning unit, but the test captain Anil Kumble had escaped him as the preference for the role.

But when the wily leg-spinner hung his boots, was Dhoni immediately with his shoe in November 2008. At the helm of affairs in the test and that now churned victories Dhoni to India leading to a number 1 position Test in December 2009.

It is a star-studded 30th year on the planet for Dhoni, who successfully to help India's position to defend the top of the sample image, as he led his Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings by a triumphant Champions League T20 and IPL4.

But nobody will say that his crowning achievement thus far has been snatching the World Cup 2011. Mahi, as the world welcomes you to this ultra-special birthday, we wonder how many more great prizes yet to grace your closet ...

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