Read the most inspiring and motivational story of MS Dhoni

Cricket is one such sport that is played in every street of India and loved by all the Indian. When you talk about cricket, there is always one cricketer whom you have always loved for their game and their charm too. One such cricketer who is loved by every Indian is MS Dhoni who was born on 7th of July 1981 in Ranchi located Bihar. He was born in a Hindu Rajput family; his father Pan Singh was working in MECON and his mother Devaki is a housewife. The life story of MS Dhoni is one of the most inspirational stories for every beginner.

Dhoni's journey as a cricketer is an inspiration - The Hindu

MS Dhoni was always interested in to sports and was selected as the goal keeper and then was replaced as a wicket keeper in cricket to fill up the space but then impressed and surprised everyone with his amazing skills. He was fixed for this position for three years and with the passing time he got selected for a Vinoo Mankad Trophy for under 16 championship in the year 1997-1998. In the year 1998 he was selected to play for Central Coal Fields team by Deval Sahay which pushed him to play more and then was selected for Bihar cricket team under19 in the year1998-1999 and then played for U-19 for CK Nayudu trophy. Later in the year 1999-2000 he made his debut in Ranji Trophy for continuous three years.

During the same time, he started to work as a TTE that is Train Ticket Examiner in Kharagpur Railway Station in Midnapore District under south eastern railway from 2001-03. He was a friendly, honest and the straight forward employee but also was slight playful by nature.

Due to his continuous hard work he was selected in India A team for the tour to Zimbabwe and Kenya for which was noticed and then selected as a wicketkeeper in Indian Squad. With best efforts in A team he was then selected for an ODI matches for Bangladesh and Pakistan where the some of the initial matches where not to great. In 2007 World cup, because of the bad performance he also faced to much anger by his fans and faced many problems. But with no backing attitude and nonstop efforts he not only raised as the best cricketer but also as a captain. Under his captaincy they won the 2011 world cup where the finals were played against Sri Lanka.

This is the life story of MS Dhoni which is very inspirational and motivating to all the beginners.

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