This player took command of the Indian team as a captain on this same day in 2007
This player took command of the Indian team as a captain on this same day in 2007

New Delhi: The legendary Indian player, former captain and wicketkeeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni have worn many flags in the cricket world. Dhoni has achieved a big place in the sports world. He has led the team to new heights in his leadership. Dhoni is considered one of the most successful captains of the Indian team. Famous as Mahi, the cricket star led the Indian team in the first season of the ICC T20 World Cup against Pakistan on 14 September 2007. In this match, Dhoni won hearts with his game and led Pakistan to lose the match.

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Dhoni, who made his captaincy debut in 2007, later became one of India's most successful captains of T20, ODI and Test cricket. Not only this, he is the first such captain in the world who has won all three ICC tournaments to India. Under his captaincy, Dhoni has won the T20 World Cup, ODI World Cup and ICC Champions Trophy to the Indian team. No captain of the world has done this amazing. Dhoni's captaincy debut was against Scotland on 13 September, but the match could not take place after the toss.

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On the next day i.e. on 14 September 2007, the Indian team landed under the captaincy of Dhoni for the first time against Pakistan and dusted Pakistan in a thrilling match. However, the match was a tie, as both teams scored 141–141 and then bowled out. Currently, there has been a debate between Virat and Dhoni to be a successful captain.

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