Sakshi Dhoni’s Heartwarming Gesture on MS Dhoni’s 43rd Birthday

MS Dhoni, celebrated as one of India’s greatest cricketers, turned 43 on July 7, 2024. His wife, Sakshi, posted a memorable video from the birthday celebration on Instagram, which quickly garnered attention and went viral.

A Celebratory Moment

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In the video, Sakshi is seen playfully touching Dhoni’s feet and folding her hands in a gesture of respect, which elicited a heartwarming reaction from Dhoni. Ever the considerate host, Dhoni humorously inquired if the cake was eggless, mindful of his vegetarian friends.

Dhoni’s Legendary Career

Dhoni’s illustrious career is well-documented and celebrated. Known for his calm demeanor and exceptional leadership, Dhoni retired from all forms of cricket on August 15, 2020. He is the only captain to have won all three major ICC white-ball trophies, leading India to victories in the 2007 T20 World Cup, the 2011 Cricket World Cup, and the 2013 Champions Trophy.

Starting as a ticket collector at a railway station, Dhoni rose to become India’s most successful cricket captain. He made his international debut in 2004, initially earning a reputation as a powerful hitter before evolving into a strategic finisher known for his tactical acumen.

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Career Highlights and Achievements

Dhoni, affectionately known as “Thala” by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) fans, played 98 T20 Internationals for India, scoring 1,617 runs at an average of 37.60 and a strike rate of 126.13. In Test cricket, he played 90 matches, amassing 4,876 runs at an average of 38.09, including six centuries and 33 half-centuries. As captain, he led India in 60 Tests, winning 27, losing 18, and drawing 15, with a win percentage of 45%.

In T20 Internationals, Dhoni captained India in 72 matches, achieving 41 wins, 28 losses, one tie, and two no-results, with a win percentage of 56.94. He also led CSK to five IPL titles and two Champions League T20 titles, solidifying his legacy as one of the most successful captains in cricket history.

Dhoni’s IPL career is equally impressive, featuring 264 matches where he scored 5,243 runs at an average of 39.13, including 24 half-centuries, 152 catches, and 42 stumpings.

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Dhoni’s remarkable statistics and his unparalleled success as a captain ensure his legacy will endure, with fans and players alike looking up to his achievements and leadership.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram and Instagram

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MS Dhoni, celebrated as one of India's greatest cricketers, turned 43 on July 7, 2024. His wife, Sakshi, posted a memorable video from the birthday celebration on Instagram, which quickly garnered attention and went viral.

A Celebratory Moment

In the video, Sakshi is seen playfully touching Dhoni's feet and folding her hands in a gesture of respect, which elicited a heartwarming reaction from Dhoni. Ever the considerate host, Dhoni humorously inquired if the cake was eggless, mindful of his vegetarian friends.

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Dhoni’s Legendary Career

Dhoni's illustrious career is well-documented and celebrated. Known for his calm demeanor and exceptional leadership, Dhoni retired from all forms of cricket on August 15, 2020. He is the only captain to have won all three major ICC white-ball trophies, leading India to victories in the 2007 T20 World Cup, the 2011 Cricket World Cup, and the 2013 Champions Trophy.

Starting as a ticket collector at a railway station, Dhoni rose to become India's most successful cricket captain. He made his international debut in 2004, initially earning a reputation as a powerful hitter before evolving into a strategic finisher known for his tactical acumen.

Career Highlights and Achievements

Dhoni, affectionately known as "Thala" by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) fans, played 98 T20 Internationals for India, scoring 1,617 runs at an average of 37.60 and a strike rate of 126.13. In Test cricket, he played 90 matches, amassing 4,876 runs at an average of 38.09, including six centuries and 33 half-centuries. As captain, he led India in 60 Tests, winning 27, losing 18, and drawing 15, with a win percentage of 45%.

In T20 Internationals, Dhoni captained India in 72 matches, achieving 41 wins, 28 losses, one tie, and two no-results, with a win percentage of 56.94. He also led CSK to five IPL titles and two Champions League T20 titles, solidifying his legacy as one of the most successful captains in cricket history.

Dhoni's IPL career is equally impressive, featuring 264 matches where he scored 5,243 runs at an average of 39.13, including 24 half-centuries, 152 catches, and 42 stumpings.

Dhoni's remarkable statistics and his unparalleled success as a captain ensure his legacy will endure, with fans and players alike looking up to his achievements and leadership.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram and Instagram