MSDhoni has been left out of BCCI’s annual player retainership list

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MSDhoni has been left out of BCCI’s annual player retainership list. After this is announced #ThankyouDhoni started trending on #Twitter.MS Dhoni not included in BCCI contract for Oct 2019 to Sep 2020. MS Dhoni inspired millions of youth and He will forever be admirer of youth all over the world. MS Dhoni determination and hard work will motivate the people of India.

MSDhoni has been left out of BCCI’s annual player retainership list

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MSDhoni will respect him for his dedication, admire him for his struggle & love him for his play. From ticket collector to the captain of team India, it’s never an easy journey. It’s never easy being MS Dhoni. Thank U for giving us moments of joy & making this country proud.MS Dhoni is the only Indian captain who has led India to all three major ICC events. From winning the maiden T20 World Cup in 2007 on his captaincy debut to lead India to a World Cup victory on home soil in 2011. In 2013 he has won the Champions Trophy.

The BCCI announces the Annual Player Contracts for Team India (Senior Men) for the period from October 2019 to September 2020. Saini, Mayank, Shreyas, Washington and Deepak Chahar get annual player contracts.

MSDhoni Records stats wiki-

MSDhoni One day stats-

Match ~ 350
Runs ~ 10773
Avg ~ 50.58
SR ~ 87.56
100s ~ 10
50 ~ 73

MSDhoni Records stats wiki-

2007 T20 WC
2011 World Cup
2010 n 2016 Asia Cups
2013 Champions trophy
3 IPL Titles
2 CL T20 Titles
5th Indian to score 10,000 runs
ICC Test Team Ranking 1
ICC ODI Player of year 2008, 2009
Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award


Only player to score 2 100s at no. 7
Only player to score 100s at 5 different positions
MOM in WC Final
2nd Indian to win all 3 ICC trophies as player

Annual contract Player list issued by BCCI Oct 2019 to Sep 2020-

India T20I Squad for new zealand 2020

MS Dhoni’s Achievements as a Cricketer:-

Under Dhoni’s captaincy, India topped the Test cricket rankings for the first time in 2009.

First Indian wicket-keeper to complete 4,000 Test runs.

Dhoni’s 224 against Australia is highest Test score by an Indian WK.

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