Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team, was famous for his long hair in the early stages of his career. Dhoni had very long hair even when Team India won the title in the T20 World Cup 2007. Even when Dhoni visited Pakistan, President General Pervez Musharraf also admired his hair. Musharraf had praised his hair and advised him not to cut his hair. However, Dhoni started getting upset with his long hair after some time. It was becoming difficult for him to handle the hair and one day he got it cut and shortened it. After getting his hair cut, Dhoni openly went out to roam the streets of Mumbai. During this, no one could recognize Dhoni in short hair. This disclosure about Dhoni was made by India’s star player Virat Kohli himself.
When Virat Kohli was asked about Dhoni’s long hair in an interview, he said, ‘Dhoni told me that he is upset with his long hair and he is going to cut it.’ Kohli said, ‘After the haircut, Dhoni went out for a walk on the streets of Mumbai. During this he drank tea on the streets there but no one was able to recognize him. Because of the short hair, he used to go out anywhere comfortably for more than a month.’
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Let us tell you that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is one of the most successful captains of India. He has led India to T20 World Cup, ODI World Cup and Champions Trophy titles under his captaincy. Apart from this, he has led Chennai Super Kings to four title victories under his captaincy in the Indian Premier League.
A total of 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20 matches, who stepped into the Indian team in the year 2004, landed on the field. He scored 4876 runs in Test cricket which included 33 half-centuries and 6 centuries. At the same time, 10773 runs are recorded in his name in ODIs. In this format, he scored runs at an average of 50.57 and has 73 half-centuries and 10 centuries to his name. At the same time, Dhoni has scored 1617 runs in T20.
This strong player of Team India last entered the field for Team India in the 2019 World Cup and the next year he said goodbye to international cricket. However, he continues to play in the Indian Premier League.
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