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Mahendra Singh Dhoni retires from Test cricket


News Reporter

2014-12-30

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has announced his retirement form Test cricekt. His decision is in support of his earlier announcement to depart himself from test cricket in 2014.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni retires from Test cricket

Mahendra Singh Dhoni was one of the most succesful cricket captain of India.

His achievements in cricket (source: Wikipedia)

Captaincy Record in Test Matches

Venue

Span

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

Draw

At Home Venues

2008–2013

30

21

3

0

6

At Away Venues

2009–2014

30

6

15

0

9

TOTAL

2008–2014

60

27

18

0

15

 

Captaincy Record in Twenty20 Internationals

Venue

Span

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

N/R

In India (At Home Venues)

2007–2013

10

5

5

0

0

At Away Venues

2007–2012

14

6

8

0

0

At Neutral Venues

2007–2012

24

15

7

1

1

TOTAL

2007–2013

48

26

20

1

1

 

Captaincy Record in One Day Internationals

Venue

Span

Matches

Won

Lost

Tied

N/R

In India (At Home Venues)

2007–2013

60

36

20

1

3

At Away and Neutral Venues

2008–2014

102

55

37

3

7

TOTAL

2007–2014

162

91

57

4

10

 
   

es

Won

Lost

Tied

Draw

At Home Venues

2008–2013

30

21

3

0

6

At Away Venues

2009–2014

30

6

15

0

9

TOTAL

2008–2014

60

27

18

0

15

News Reporter

2014-12-30

Virat Kohli will be the new Test crikcet captain for Indian Team. 2014 was not a great year for Test cricket team.

Dhoni is believed not take retirement based on pressure he had during this year but because of his earlier announcement to retirement in 2014.

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Prakash mehta

2014-12-31

Good decision by Mahendra Singh Dhoni at good time. His perfomance as a batsman and captain was degrading and he took right decision.

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SANJAY KUMAR GANNA

2014-12-31

Sorry, But i Feel Dhoni might have continued for at least two more years.

Indian Team Require a Matured and Experienced Captain for Test Matches

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Mukesh Jain CA

2015-01-01

Indian team require a experienced captain like him. I think this as a loss to our test team. Lets hope for the best.

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Prakash mehta

2015-01-02

But what he did was right, i believe. As ages passes, old warriors have to make place for new warriors.

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Mukesh Jain CA

2015-01-02

Fine its a past so lets hope for the best captain in future who can take the team along.

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Bada Mouth

2015-01-06

Mahendra Singh Dhoni records

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