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Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Mahendra Singh Dhoni Announced His Retirement From Test Cricket

One of the Greatest Test Wicket-Keeper Batsmen of India (Mahendra Singh Dhoni) has announced his retirement from Test cricket. He finished with most test wins (27) for India as captain, beating the record of Ganguly (21). Over-Aggressive but highly Talented Star Virat Kohli has replaced Dhoni as the new Captain of Indian Cricket Team.

Mr.Cool started his Test Career against Australia in December 2004. Under his leadership, India enjoyed the moment of becoming Number 1 test team, as per ICC ranking. During his career he scored six centuries and thirty three half centuries, with highest score of 224. With the bat, MS Dhoni also becomes the first Indian batsman to complete 10,000 runs in International cricket as a skipper. Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement in style. 

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