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Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Indian International Cricketer

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  • India's first ODI win under Dhoni's captaincy

    India's first ODI win under Dhoni comes in the fourth match of the series with Australia, and the skipper leaves his imprint with 50* off 35 balls and two stumpings to be named Man of the Match.

    08-10-2007

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  • First 50 as a captain

    In the next match in Kochi, Dhoni scores his first fifty as captain - 58 off 88 balls - as India are beaten by 84 runs to fall behind 0-1 in the seven-match series.

    02-10-2007

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  • First ODI as a captain

    Captains India for the first time in ODIs, in a washed out fixture with Australia in Bangalore. Chasing 308, India are 9/1 when rain arrives.

    29-09-2007

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  • India won the Twenty20 Trophy

    India win the inaugural World Twenty20 by beating Pakistan in an absolute humdinger in Johannesburg. Dhoni is an overnight sensation once more and the landscape of T20 cricket is changed forever.

    24-09-2007

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  • First International Match as the captain of India

    Dhoni's first international match in charge of India is a wash out against Scotland in their ICC World Twenty20 opener.

    13-09-2007

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  • Career at its peak

    Dhoni stamps himself into the history books with a record 183* against Sri Lanka in Jaipur, helping India chase 301 with six wickets and 23 deliveries to spare. Batting at No 3, his 145-ball hundred makes a stiff target look well short and India go up 3-0 in the best-of-seven series.

    31-10-2005

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  • The rise of the empire

    The first ODI hundred by an Indian wicketkeeper. After scores of 0, 12, 7* and 3, Dhoni is sent up the order to No 3 against Pakistan in Visakhapatnam and proceeds to smash 148 off 123 balls with 15 fours and four sixes, setting the platform for India's 356/9. The world wakes up to Dhoni's potential.

    05-04-2005

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  • Made his ODI debut

    Makes his ODI debut against Bangladesh in Chittagong. Is run out for 0 after facing one ball, in a match India win by 11 runs.

    23-12-2004

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  • The first step towards National Cricket Academy

    Dhoni was discovered by TRDO Prakash Poddar, captain of Bengal in the 1960s, when he saw Dhoni play for Jharkhand at a match in Jamshedpur in 2003, and sent a report to the National Cricket Academy.

    23-10-2003

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  • Scored a century against Assam

    Dhoni scored a century (128*) against Assam in the first match of the Ranji ODI tournament. Dhoni was part of the East Zone squad that won the Deodhar Trophy 2003–2004 season and contributed with 244 runs in 4 matches, including a century (114) against Central zone.

    03-06-2003

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  • Travelling Ticket Examiner (TTE)

    South Eastern Railway

    Kharagpur, Midnapore (W)

    Dhoni was a Travelling Ticket Examiner (TTE) at Kharagpur railway station from 2001 to 2003, under South Eastern Railway in Midnapore (W), a district in West Bengal.

    04-06-2001 - 17-07-2003

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  • Made his debut in Ranji Trophy for Bihar

    Dhoni made his Ranji Trophy debut for Bihar in the 1999–2000 season, as an eighteen-year-old. He made a half century in his debut match scoring 68* in the second innings against Assam cricket team. Dhoni finished the season with 283 runs in 5 matches.

    10-04-2000

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  • The finals of Coochbehar Tropy

    Bihar U-19 cricket team advanced to the finals of 1999–2000 Cooch Behar Trophy, where Dhoni made 84 to help Bihar post a total of 357. Bihar's efforts were dwarfed by Punjab U-19s' 839 with Dhoni's future national squad teammate Yuvraj Singh making 358. Dhoni's contribution in the tournament included 488 runs (9 matches, 12 innings), 5 fifties, 17 catches and 7 stumpings.

    18-10-1999

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  • Was selectedin the Bihar U-19 squad

    Bihar U-19 Squad

    Dhoni was included in the Bihar U-19 squad for the 1998–99 season and scored 176 runs in 5 matches (7 innings) as the team finished fourth in the group of six and did not make it to the quarter-finals. Although Dhoni was not picked for the East Zone U-19 squad (CK Nayudu Trophy) or Rest of India squad (MA Chidambaram Trophy and Vinoo Mankad Trophy).

    21-09-1998

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  • Selected for Central Coal Fields Limited (CCL)

    Dhoni was selected by Deval Sahay to play for the Central Coal Fields Limited (CCL) team. Till 1998 Dhoni, who was in class 12th in school, had played only school cricket and club cricket and no professional cricket. Playing for CCL, he got a chance to bat up the order. He grabbed the opportunity and scored centuries and helped CCL move to the A division. Deval Sahay impressed by his hard-hitting shots and dedication, used his contacts in Bihar Cricket Association to push for his selection in the Bihar team.

    03-08-1998

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  • Selected for the Vinoo Mankad Trophy

    Based on his performance at club cricket, he was picked for the 1997/98 season Vinoo Mankad Trophy Under-16 Championship and he performed well.[

    16-09-1997

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  • High School

    DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir

    Ranchi, Jharkhand

    Dhoni studied at DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir, Shyamali, Ranchi, Jharkhand where he initially excelled in badminton and football and was selected at district and club level in these sports.

    15-04-1996

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  • Became the regular wicketkeeper at the Commando cricket club

    Dhoni was a goalkeeper for his football team and was sent to play cricket for a local cricket club by his football coach. Though he had not played cricket, Dhoni impressed with his wicket-keeping skills and became the regular wicketkeeper at the Commando cricket club (1995–1998).

    03-04-1995

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