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Why MS Dhoni Stepped Down himself as Captain from ODI, T20 – Available as a Player

MS Dhoni unexpectedly stepped down himself from Captaincy of the ODI, T20. Check out here Why MS Dhoni Stepped Down himself as Captain from ODI, T20

In 2014, MS Dhoni announced his retirement from Test Matches. And now, he removed himself from the Captaincy of ODI, T20. Will he now going to retire from ODI and T20?

MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni

First of all take a look at the success of MS Dhoni as a Captain –

Dhoni has unprecedented success as a limited-overs captain –

  1. winning the ICC World Twenty20 in 2007,
  2. the ICC World Cup in 2011 and
  3. the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013.

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“Mahendra Singh Dhoni has informed the BCCI, that he wishes to step down as the captain of the Indian cricket team from the One-Day Internationals and the T20 Internationals formats of the game,” Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said in a release.

Dhoni will be Available as a Player in ODI and T20 but not as a Captain

The reasons what we are seeing that why Mahender Singh Dhoni or MS Dhoni stepped down himself as a captain of ODI and T20 are-

He wants to play last years of his career as a batsman and wants to hit the ball freely. He is 35 now, to play ahead, he should focus on his fitness and this is a good way. He served India with his captaincy since many years, now he wants to show some free batting strokes. Probably, Kohli will be the new captain and he is absolutely right now. He is a senior player now.

MS Dhoni Stepped down himself as Captain of ODI and T20.
Definitely, sad for #MSDhoni Lovers. But no doubt, this is the right time and right decision in favour team India and dhoni.
Dhoni is now seeing 2019 World Cup. He will always remained as #CaptainCool
Virat Kohli will be the next captain in all formats. And definitely, he will take advices on the field off the field from MS Dhoni.
Good Luck #MahendraSinghDhoni

Dhoni’s record as captain
Tests: 60 Matches, 27 Wins, 18 Losses, 15 Draws
ODIs: 199 Matches, 110 Wins, 74 Losses, 4 Ties, 11 No Results
T20Is: 72 Matches, 41 Wins, 28 Losses, 1 Tie, 2 No Results

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