It has been a brilliant career for Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Ever since his inclusion in the side, MS Dhoni delivered the goods in various ways for the country. For all his incredible achievements in the game of cricket, as a gesture for his greatness, the south pavilion in the JSCA Stadium is to be called as MS Dhoni Pavilion.
The Ranchi lad started his career as the wicketkeeper for the team. Within no time, he went on to become the go-to batsman for the skipper Sourav Ganguly. Later, he saw people pelting stones at his house for the poor show in ICC World Cup 2007.
MS Dhoni led India in a successful way:
However, he stood like a warrior from then on. He took the captaincy when none of the players is willing to do the job. And then, as they say, rest is history. After taking the role, he guided India to lift the trophy in ICC T20I World Cup 2007 to get back the trust of the Indian fans.
It was indeed a sweet victory, as it came against the arch-rivals Pakistan. Then he led India to success in overseas ODI series. And then, in Asia Cup and also helped India to take the Test Mace under his captaincy. After that, India lifted the ICC World Cup in 50 overs after a 28-year wait.
All his services are written in a golden word in the books of Indian cricket. Later, he collected the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013 to become the only captain in the world to win all the major ICC titles for his country.
Coming to the topic again, the latest gesture by the Jharkhand board is a pleasing sight for the fans of MS Dhoni. Jharkhand States Cricket Association International Cricket Stadium, also known as JSCA International Stadium Complex, is situated in Ranchi, which is the home place of the former Indian skipper.
Recently, they have installed the board of MS Dhoni inside the pavilion as well. Meanwhile, they named North Pavilion after Amitabh Choudary.
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