Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) has retired from international cricket for all reasons, surprising everyone. Then many people thought that he might say goodbye to IPL after playing in IPL last year but not surprisingly, Mahi of Chennai Super Kings is ready to jump into new ventures in IPL this year. Dhoni is standing in front of several records in the 14th edition of IPL.
Dhoni has always been seen as the finisher of the Indian team. Winning the match with 6 balls in the last ball or finishing the innings became Dhoni’s daily routine. He led India to a six-wicket haul in the 2011 World Cup. Dhoni has already hit 186 sixes for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. And if he hits 14 sixes, he will own 200 sixes in Chennai’s jersey in the IPL.
Dhoni emerged as the captain in the 2007 Twenty20 World Cup. Dhoni won India in that World Cup. Since then, Dhoni has been seen in various T20s. At present, Dhoni has 6811 runs in all types of T20s, which means that if he can score another 174 runs, Dhoni will reach the milestone of 7,000 runs in all types of T20s.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni will set a great example not only as a batsman but also as a wicketkeeper if he can take two more wickets in the IPL this time. Dhoni will be the first wicket-keeper to take 150 wickets in the IPL.