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MS Dhoni is not just a human but colloquially an emotion in India. He is one of the country’s most beloved boys and is the favourite of millions of people because of his contribution to Indian cricket. Every time Mahi steps on the field of play, his fans go bonkers from wherever they watch him play.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been a servant of the Indian cricket for the last 15 years and a lot of credit goes to him for uplifting the standard of India in global cricket parameters.

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As a captain, Dhoni has achieved everything that there is to achieve. Under his captaincy, team India won the first-ever ICC T20 World Cup at South Africa in 2007, In 2011, MS Dhoni brought glory back to India after 28 years as the Men in Blue lifted their second-ever ICC World Cup trophy.

In 2013, Mahi guided India to a Champions Trophy victory in England and became the first-ever captain in world cricket to win all the three major ICC tournaments.

Today, we look at the batter MS Dhoni who has played some memorable knocks over the years throughout his entire career and rescued his teams from clutch situations exactly how the best finisher in the world should.

MS Dhoni: 5 Greatest Knocks Of All-Time During His Career

1. 148 Against Pakistan

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Whenever a match is played between India and Pakistan, it’s bound to be a thrilling contest. This one-day match between arch-rivals India and Pakistan was played in the year 2005 at Visakhapatnam.

This was the second match of the series of five ODIs and MS Dhoni scored a brilliant 148 in the game. Batting at number three, MS played outstanding innings.

Dhoni faced a total of 123 balls to score 148 runs and also hit 15 fours and four sixes in his innings. After this innings, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s became the talk of the town in world cricket.

Prior to this match, MS Dhoni had scored only 22 runs in the four matches he played and in this match, by scoring 148 against Pakistan, Dhoni declared his arrival in world cricket that a star was born in Indian cricket.

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