On this day, Dhoni won all ICC Trophies


MS Dhoni ICC Trophies: Legendary India cricketer MS Dhoni created history on June 23 2013 when he became the first and only captain to win all ICC Trophies. Earlier, Dhoni had won the inaugural edition of the T20 World Cup in 2007 and four years later went on to win the 2011 50-over World Cup. Champions Trophy was the only Trophy he didn’t have. The legendary cricketer defied all odds and led a young and fearless team to a memorable Champions Trophy win in 2013 against England in the finals. Follow All the Live Updates with InsideSport.IN.

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MS DHONI ICC Trophies: On This Day in 2013, MS Dhoni becomes the first captain to win all ICC trophies as India lift the 2013 Champions Trophy in England

MS Dhoni ICC Trophies: Dhoni’s astute thinking lands India a sensational win – The final between India vs England in the Champions Trophy in 2013 ebbed and flowed, before India held their nerve to come on top. Rain also threatened to play a spoilsport. Eventfully, 20 overs were bowled and India set up a modest 129 for seven.

Dhoni though marshaled his resources well and defended that target with his shrewd and astute captaincy. Jadeja, Ashwin, and Ishant Sharma picked up two wickets each as India won by five runs. This victory was achieved with quite a few young players like Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, Dinesh Karthik, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Umesh Yadav.

MS DHONI ICC Trophies: On This Day in 2013, MS Dhoni becomes the first captain to win all ICC trophies as India lift the 2013 Champions Trophy in England

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MS Dhoni ICC Trophies: Dhoni remains the only captain to win all ICC Trophies – What even Ricky Ponting, Graeme Smith, and Mahela Jayawardena could not achieve, Dhoni did by winning all ICC Trophies. Dhoni remains the only one to have won three within such a short span of captaincy time.

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