Mahendra Singh Dhoni steps down as India's limited overs captain

Mahendra Singh Dhoni steps down as India's limited overs captain
By: Author
05 January 2017

Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be accessible for choice for the England ODI and T20 arrangement. 

New Delhi: In an amaze move, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has ventured down as restricted overs commander of the Indian cricket group, in this way closing drapes on his brilliant authority vocation. 

The BCCI on Wednesday said in an announcement that Dhoni has educated the board that he wishes to venture down as the skipper of the Indian cricket group from the One-Day Internationals and T20 Internationals. 

While communicating his longing to stop captaincy, Dhoni however passed on to the choice council that he will be accessible for choice for the three ODIs and the same number of T20s against England beginning January 15. 

Remarking on Dhoni's sudden declaration, Rahul Johri, Chief Executive Officer of the BCCI said, "On the sake of each Indian cricket fan and the BCCI, I might want to express gratitude toward MS Dhoni for his extraordinary commitment as the skipper of the Indian group over all arrangements. 

"Under his initiative, the Indian group has touched new statures and his accomplishments will stay carved everlastingly in the archives of Indian cricket." 

Dhoni, 35, had prior all of a sudden quit Test captaincy amid the Australia visit in 2014 in Melbourne. 

Dhoni has been India's best commander. Under his administration India have won the ICC T20 World Cup in 2007, the ICC ODI World Cup in 2011, ICC Champions Trophy in 2013 furthermore achieved the highest point of the Test rankings in 2009. 

India's Test captain Virat Kohli is probably going to assume control captaincy of the constrained overs group taking after Dhoni's choice.

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