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MS Dhoni resigns as India one-day captain ahead of England series

MS Dhoni resigns as India one-day captain ahead of England series
January 05
21:17 2017

(UDHAYAM, DELHI) – MS Dhoni has stepped down as India’s limited-overs captain ahead of the ODI series against England, which begins on 15 January.

The wicketkeeper will, however, remain available for selection for the three-match series and the three subsequent Twenty20 internationals.

Dhoni, 35, had been India’s limited-overs captain since September 2007.

Under his leadership, India won the 2007 World Twenty20, 2011 World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy.

Test captain Virat Kohli – ranked second in the world’s ODI batting rankings – is the leading candidate to replace Dhoni.

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