Former India cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni completed 15 years in international cricket on Monday. MS Dhoni made his international debut under Sourav Ganguly’s captaincy on December 23, 2004 against Bangladesh in an ODI at Chattogram. It wasn’t exactly a debut to remember for Dhoni as he was, unfortunately, run-out for a first-ball duck as India huffed and puffed their way to 245-8 in their quota of 50 overs. But, little did we know that it was just a blip before a Dhoni-sized juggernaut would take over Indian cricket. However, Dhoni completed 15 years in international cricket on Monday and his fans on Twitter poured in with posts to give a tribute to the man who changed the dynamics of Indian cricket.
Individual achievements of MSD 🔥— DHONIsm™ ❤️ (@DHONIism) December 23, 2019
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ICC ODI Player of 2008
ICC ODI Player of 2009
ICC Fairplay award
ICC people's choice award
STAND named after him #15YearsOfDhonism pic.twitter.com/akkbloRmVU