BCCI website tells Mahendra Singh Dhoni captain instead of Virat Kohli
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has left the captaincy of Test team in December 2014
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is not Mahendra Singh Dhoni. It is not ours, it is not ours, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) says. On MS Dhoni’s profile page, MS Dhoni, Captain India is written on the BCCI website. Virat Kohli’s profile page is written only on Virat Kohli. By the way, Virat Kohli has been shown as captain on the BCCI’s Team India Main page.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni retired from Test cricket in the middle of the series in Australia tour in December 2014. He left the captaincy of limited overs format on January 4, 2017. Since then, he plays in India as a wicket-keeper batsman in ODI and T-20 international matches.
Dhoni fourth player to join 10,000 club
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has played 321 ODIs. He has scored 10,046 runs at an average of 51.25. He has scored 10 centuries and 67 fifties. During this, he made 407 players the victim behind the wicket. He has 300 catches and 107 stumps in his account. He is the fourth Indian to score 10,000 runs and 12th in the world. Dhoni played 93 international T20 matches They have scored 1,487 runs at an average of 37.17. Their strike rate in T20 is 127.09.