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'Captain cool' Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrates his 34th birthday!

ODI captain of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrated his 34th birthday today. This is his first birthday after becoming a father.

Having a successful carrier for eleven years, Dhoni became the only captain to have won ICC World Twenty20 (2007), The ICC Cricket World Cup (2011), and Champions Trophy (2013). He was made India's ODI captain after Rahul Dravid quit in 2007. The captain then led his team to its first-ever bilateral ODI series wins in Sri Lanka and New Zealand.

His test debut was against Sri Lanka in Chennai in December 2005.

Dhoni announced his retirement from Test cricket at the end of 2014 but remains India's skipper at ODI and T20 games.

BCCI also wished captain cool on this special day.

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