Birmingham, June 24: MS Dhoni created history on Sunday (June 23) here at Edgbaston by becoming the first captain in the history of limited overs cricket to win all three major ICC titles.
The 31-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman was appointed as India's ODI captain in 2007. He took charge of the team from Rahul Dravid. In his first world event as captain - WT20 in South Africa, he led a bunch of youngsters to glory.
In 2011, Dhoni ended India's 28-year wait for 50-over World Cup at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. India defeated Sri Lanka in the final on April 2, 2011.
After securing another silverware, Dhoni has truly become one of the greatest captains in Indian cricket and also in the world.