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MS Dhoni steps down as India’s Captain and It’s an End of an Era

A surprising decision by MS Dhoni to steps down as a India’s skipper that isn’t great news for MSD fans in India and across the world as well.

Under his captain-ship, India won the T20 International World Cup in 2007, The ICC One Day International in 2011, The ICC Champions trophy in 2013 and also reached at tho top in the Test Cricket rankings in 2009. MSD has been India’s Most successful captain.

Also known as “Mr. Cool & calm captain”, He touched the heart of all the Indian fans. True Motivation for me as well as for the small town people to watch their dream, chase them and fulfilled them. Its a Shocking news in the cricket history but no worries, now he is free form big responsibility so we can watch MSD to play more aggressive with different shots on field Especially with Helicopter shot.

An intensely private person, Dhoni is known to open up only in the company of his close friends and associates. A man of simple taste and an firm belief in his own ability, Dhoni has always relied on his instincts while making decisions, both on and off the field. And, by his own admission, he, and his team, have gained much by keeping things simple in the mind.

For a small town boy, Dhoni has handled fame and his fortunes much better than many of his predecessors. In fact he is the first of the several small town boys, who have enriched Indian cricket in the new millennium.

 For a boy, ‘Helicopter Man’ Dhoni has marketed himself well. After leading India to victory in the 2011 World Cup, Dhoni became the most popular Indian cricketer as various brands fells over themselves to promote their products.
 
In an action-packed 12-year international career, Dhoni has tasted remarkable success in all three formats of the game, including the prestigious IPL. Off the field he has made his millions too. He is not done yet. If his sturdy frame permits, he can easily go on for a couple of more years and bow out in 2019 post the ICC World Cup that will be his fourth.

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