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Captain cool Dhoni completed 10 years in his international cricket career

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni completed 10 years in his international cricket career. He made his international ODI debut on December 23, 2004 against Bangladesh at the age of 23. The 33 year old wicket keeper batsman is known as the best finishers in slog over in ODI and T20 cricket. Dhoni holds the record of winning all ICC mega tournament trophies (T20 World Cup in 2007, World Cup in 2011 and Champions Trophy in 2013) as the only skipper in the history of the cricket. Last year, he completed a historic record by winning the Champions Trophy in England. During his tenure India occupied No. 1 in ICC Rankings in Tests and ODIs. Dhoni has played 90 Tests, 250 ODIs and 50 T20Is in his career till now. As the cricket world cup 2015 is not too far Dhoni may concentrate on this tournament.


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