MS Dhoni gets lofty Padma Bhushan Award

Previous Indian chief MS Dhoni, one of the legends constrained over cricket has been presented the esteemed Padma Bhushan Award by the administration.

The official declaration was made by MHA on the eve of Republic Day. Under MS Dhoni, India has won all the three ICC competitions viz, ICC World T20 trophy, Champions Trophy, and ICC World Cup. As test captain, he took India to the number 1 spot in ICC rankings. Dhoni is as yet playing for India in spite of the fact that he surrendered his captaincy to Virat Kohli a while back. Dhoni looks well set to likewise play in the 2019 ODI World Cup. He is arguably hailed as the best commander India has ever had. Measurably, despite everything he has the best record as commander of India both in ODIs and test matches.

For his IPL establishment CSK, he has won two IPL trophies and furthermore the Champions Trophy.

The Jharkhand stumper, who drove the Chennai Super Kings in the initial eight releases of the IPL before it was suspended in the wake of the 2013 spot-settling trick, said he was cheerful to be back at the establishment.

“I never thought of playing for some other establishment other than CSK. Chennai is my second home. Fans here have embraced me as one of their own,” Dhoni said.

“Many individuals moved toward me, I can reveal to you that. Be that as it may, I can’t consider returning to CSK. What we have experienced, how we have acted, how the administration has been. How the fans have been. This is an uncommon place. So thought of being in some other establishment was never an inquiry,” he included.

He got the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award in 2007 and Padma Shri in 2009. Thursday’s Padma Bhushan is another plume to the top of the incredible player. He is the principal player to get ICC ODI Player of the year grant twice in succession.

Avishek Rajbanshi

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