Mahendra Singh Dhoni retired from all forms of international cricket at 1929 hrs on 15th August and an era of Indian cricket ended. Even after that his fan following and stardom has not declined even a bit. Dhoni is among the most love cricketers in the world. MS Dhoni played his ODI debut series at the age of 23. At the young age of 26, MS Dhoni led India to a win in the Inaugural ICC T20 World Cup 2007. Four years later, MS Dhoni led India to its 2nd ODI World Cup Win. At the age of 33, MS Dhoni won his last ICC Tournament as a Captain of the Indian Cricket Team which was ICC Champions Trophy 2013. MS Dhoni played his last international match for India on 9 July, 2019. Being a fan of Dhoni, you all might want to know Why MS Dhoni is called Thala and Why MS Dhoni is called Captain Cool. Do you know which of the following is the nickname of Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni?
Why MS Dhoni is called Thala?
CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan has also shared his own views on the topic.
“Only one thing, I knew that he’s able to get the best out of the team by himself. He’s able to get the best out of any member of the team. That’s why we’d call him Thala.”
Why MS Dhoni is called Captain Cool?
MS Dhoni is also known as “Captain Cool”. The simple reason behind this nickname is his calm attitude. His cool and calm temperament has won India a number of matches. Dhoni never lost his coolness in any situation, whether he was winning or losing, he remained calm. MS Dhoni has not been involved in heated arguments which is a common thing for other cricketers. He can be seen with a normal face on the field. He reportedly ensures a peaceful environment in the dressing room as well. Dhoni is not just a good sportsman but also a gentleman. He remains calm and patient even in some extreme cases.
Apart from his calm behaviour, Dhoni is called Captain Cool because of his tactics and amazing plans. Without any doubt, he is the best ever Indian captain. Dhoni is known for his unbelievable match winning tactics. With his sharp mind, Dhoni is the only captain to win all three ICC trophies for INDIA. Under his captaincy, India won T20 World Cup 2007, ICC World Cup 2011 and ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
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