MS Dhoni has stepped down as limited-overs skipper ahead of the series against England. He is the most successful limited-overs skipper for India, having won all the three major ICC titles – 2007 World T20, 2011 50-overs World Cup and 2013 Champions Trophy. However, he has been left stranded on 199 ODIs as skipper on his sudden decision to step down from the post of captain.
Dhoni has captained India in 199 ODIs, just one short of a double century. He has won 110 ODIs, lost 74, tied 4 and no result 11.
He is behind Ricky Ponting of Australia (230 ODIs) and Stephen Fleming of New Zealand (218 ODIs) as the most capped ODI skipper for his country.