MS Dhoni's professional CV

The one and only MS Dhoni
The one and only MS Dhoni
Vignesh Ananthasubramanian

7, abc street,

Ranchi, Jharkhand


Mahendra Singh Dhoni


Reliable with the bat, brilliant behind the stumps, Master of DRS, remaining calm under pressure, street-smart, quirky, witty and humble


Player, Jharkhand/Bihar Cricket Team

October 1999-Present

  • Scored 2162 runs and effected 109 catches/19 stumpings in 41 FC matches
  • Scored 2580 runs and 91 catches/18 stumpings in 72 matches

Player, Indian Cricket Team

December 2004-Present

  • Scored 15742 runs in 466 International matches
  • Effected 740 dismissals across all three formats

Captain, Indian Cricket Team

September 2007-January 2017

  • Led India to a World Cup win, World T20I win and ICC Champions Trophy win.
  • Took India to number one in the ICC Test rankings

Captain, Chennai Super Kings

April 2008-May 2015

  • Led CSK to two IPL and two Champions League T20 titles
  • Led CSK to eight IPL semi-finals and six finals

Captain/Player, Rising Pune Supergiant(s)

April 2016- May 2017

  • Reached the final of 2017 IPL


St. Xavier's college, Ranchi- B.Com

DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir


  • Only captain to win all three ICC events (World Cup, Champions Trophy and World T20)
  • Captained in 331 matches across formats, most by any player in history
  • Holds the record of most international stumpings (155)
  • Holds the record for most international sixes as captain (204)
  • Averages over 101 in successful ODI chases
  • Most runs in ODIs batting at number 6 or less (4650)
  • Highest ever individual score in ODIs by a wicketkeeper-batsman (183)
  • Most number of not outs in ODIs (73)
  • Most dismissals by an Indian wicketkeeper across all formats (740)
  • Most stumpings by a wicketkeeper in ODIs (99*)
  • Most sixes by an Indian in ODIs (210)
  • Captained a T20I side on most occasions (72)
  • Most dismissals by a wicketkeeper in T20Is (65)
  • Most catches by a wicketkeeper in T20Is (41)
  • Most T20I wins as captain (41)
  • Most successful Indian Test captain with 27 Test wins
  • Led India to World number 1in the Test rankings for the first time
  • ICC ODI Player of the Year award in 2008, 2009
  • Part of ICC World ODI XI in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Part of ICC World Test XI in 2009, 2010, 2013
  • LG People's Choice Award in 2013
  • Received Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, India's highest honor given for achievement in sports, 2007โ€“08
  • Received an Honorary doctorate degree by De Montfort University in August 2011
  • Two Man of the Match awards in Test matches
  • 21 Man of the Match awards in ODI matches
  • Six Man of the Series awards in ODIs

Edited by Vignesh Ananthasubramanian


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