New Delhi: One of probably the most profitable captains in India’s cricket historical past, Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the first captain in the world on June 23 in 2013 to lift all the ICC trophies.
‘Captain Cool’ accomplished his hattrick of ICC titles by defying all odds and snatching victory from the jaws of defeat to bag the Champions Trophy.
In the nail-biting match, India defeated the English aspect in England with a small margin of 5 runs.
The residence staff was simply 20 runs away with 6 wickets and 16 balls in hand to take the trophy residence, however Ishant Sharma’s magical dying over spell made certain that Dhoni provides 121 crore Indians the enjoyment to have fun their third ICC cup beneath MSD’s captaincy.
The males in blue have been restricted to a mere whole of 129/7 in their twenty overs the place Virat Kohli top-scored with a knock of 43 runs off 34 balls.
Chasing 130, the English aspect’s prime order was rattled and so they have been 46/4 in the eighth over, however Eoin Morgan and Ravi Bopara placed on 64 runs for the fifth wicket and stored the hopes alive for the English followers.
However, with simply 20 runs away from lifting the trophy, Indian pacer Ishant eliminated Morgan and Bopara in the 17th over to deliver India again in the sport.
England couldn’t handle the collapse and the aspect ended up shedding the finals by 5 runs.
Relive the most effective moments of the match right here:
129/7124/8#OnThisDay in 2013, India overcame England in a tense rain-affected match to win the ICC Champions Trophy
Relive the highest moments from the sport, which was diminished to twenty overs a aspect — ICC (@ICC) June 23, 2020
Dhoni earlier than giving up the captaincy had led India in a complete of 199 matches in the 50-over format, guiding the aspect to 110 wins and 74 defeats.
He had additionally led India in 60 Test matches the place he managed to get 27 wins.
Besides this, Dhoni additionally holds a good captaincy file in the Twenty20I format. He had guided India to 41 victories out of the 72 matches the nation performed beneath his management.
The Champions Trophy title was added to Dhoni’s legacy after stupendous ICC 2007 T20 World Cup and ICC 2011 ODI World Cup trophies.
The wicket-keeper batsman has not performed in a global jersey since India’s loss in the 2019 World Cup towards the Kiwis, and was wanting ahead to the IPL 2020 version which was halted due to the coronavirus outbreak.