You are on page 1of 4

Trunks has his grandfather's lavender hair color (blue in the manga) and his

mother's blue eyes. He has his father's eye shape,

facial features and tanned skin and his hair turns blond and eyes turn (pupil-less)
green when he becomes a Super Saiyan. Several
characters, such as Goku, Krillin and Bulma, remark how much Trunks resembles
Vegeta. For the majority of the Buu Saga, Present Trunks
wears a dark green gi, an orange belt, orange wristbands and the same golden boots
that Future Trunks wears, he also wears this in the
movie, Bio-Broly. In the events of Broly - Second Coming, Trunks wears a light
green long sleeve hoodie with a black short sleeve
undershirt with a red collar, indigo blue denim shorts and his golden boots from
his primary outfit. He later wears Maloja's necklace.
In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, Trunks wears overalls and a blue undershirt with
maroon wristbands. At the end of Dragon Ball Z,
Trunks now wears a black long-sleeved shirt, a golden vest, dark gray pants and the
same golden boots that he wore as a child.
Later he wears a black sleeveless muscle shirt with a CAPSULE logo at the center of
his shirt, gray pants and his boots from his

n Dragon Ball GT, Trunks wears a black long sleeved shirt with a blue bandana,
brown leather gloves, a light tan jacket,
white baggy short slacks and the same golden boots that he wore as a child. During
the events of Baby Saga where he was
possessed by Baby until the events of the Shadow Dragon Saga, he is not seen
wearing his light tan jacket. His hair is
now purple instead of lavender.

In Dragon Ball Super, Trunks wears a yellow jacket with a white undershirt, jeans,
and maroon wristbands. During Bulma's birthday party,
he wears a Hawaiian shirt with shorts and sunglasses.

Dhoni also holds numerous captaincy records such as the most wins by an Indian
captain in Tests, ODIs and T20Is, and
most back-to-back wins by an Indian captain in ODIs. He took over the ODI captaincy
from Rahul Dravid in 2007 and led
the team to its first-ever bilateral ODI series wins in Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
Under his captaincy, India won the
2007 ICC World Twenty20, the CB Series of 2007�08, the 2010 Asia Cup, the 2011 ICC
Cricket World Cup and the 2013 ICC
Champions Trophy. In the final of the 2011 World Cup, Dhoni scored 91 not out off
79 balls handing India the victory
for which he was awarded the Man of the Match. In June 2013, when India defeated
England in the final of the Champions
Trophy in England, Dhoni became the first captain to win all three ICC limited-
overs trophies (World Cup, Champions
Trophy and the World Twenty20). After taking up the Test captaincy in 2008, he led
the team to series wins in New
Zealand and West Indies, and the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2008, 2010 and 2013. In
2009, Dhoni also led the Indian
team to number one position for the first time in the ICC Test rankings. In 2013,
under his captaincy, India became the
first team in more than 40 years to whitewash Australia in a Test series. In the
Indian Premier League, he captained
the Chennai Super Kings to victory at the 2010 and 2011 seasons, along with wins in
the 2010 and 2014 editions of
Champions League Twenty20. He announced his retirement from Tests on 30 December
In 1998, Dhoni was selected by Deval Sahay to play for the Central Coal Fields
Limited (CCL) team.[30] Till 1998 Dhoni,
who was in class 12th in school, had played only school cricket and club cricket
and no professional cricket. One of the
famous episodes, when Dhoni used to play for CCL, was when Deval Sahay used to gift
him Rs 50 for each six that he hit
in Sheesh Mahal tournament cricket matches.[31] Playing for CCL, he got a chance to
bat up the order. He grabbed the
opportunity and scored centuries and helped CCL move to the A division. Deval Sahay
impressed by his hard-hitting shots
and dedication, used his contacts in Bihar Cricket Association to push for his
selection in the Bihar team.[32] Deval
Sahay, an ex Bihar Cricket Association Vice-President, was the Ranchi District
Cricket President at that time and was
instrumental in pushing Dhoni to the big stage of Ranchi team, junior Bihar cricket
team and eventually senior Bihar
Ranji Team for the 1999�2000 season. Within 1 year, Dhoni moved from playing in CCL
to the Bihar Ranji team. Dhoni was
included in the Bihar U-19 squad for the 1998�99 season and scored 176 runs in 5
matches (7 innings) as the team finished
fourth in the group of six and did not make it to the quarter-finals. Dhoni was not
picked for the East Zone U-19 squad
(CK Nayudu Trophy) or Rest of India squad (MA Chidambaram Trophy and Vinoo Mankad
Trophy). Bihar U-19 cricket team
advanced to the finals of the 1999�2000 Cooch Behar Trophy, where Dhoni made 84 to
help Bihar post a total of 357.[33]
Bihar's efforts were dwarfed by Punjab U-19s' 839 with Dhoni's future national
squad teammate Yuvraj Singh making 358.[34][35]
Dhoni's contribution in the tournament included 488 runs (9 matches, 12 innings), 5
fifties, 17 catches and 7 stumpings
[36] Dhoni made it to the East Zone U-19 squad for the CK Nayudu trophy[37] but
scored only 97 runs[38] in four matches,
as East Zone lost all four matches and finished last in the tournament.

Dhoni made his Ranji Trophy debut for Bihar in the 1999�2000 season, as an
eighteen-year-old. He made a half century in
his debut match scoring 68* in the second innings against Assam cricket team.[40]
Dhoni finished the season with 283 runs
in 5 matches. Dhoni scored his maiden first-class century while playing for Bihar
against Bengal in the 2000/01 season,
in a losing cause.[41] Apart from this century, his performance in the 2000/01
season[42] did not include another score
over fifty and in the 2001/02 season, he scored just five fifties in four Ranji

He was recognised for his efforts in the 2003/04 season, especially in the One Day
format and was picked for the India A
squad for a tour of Zimbabwe and Kenya.[51] Against the Zimbabwe XI in Harare
Sports Club, Dhoni had his best wicket-keeping
effort with 7 catches and 4 stumpings in the match.[52] In the tri-nation
tournament involving Kenya, India A and Pakistan A,.

Dhoni helped India A chase down their target of 223 against Pakistan A with a half-
century.[53] Continuing his good performance,
he scored back to back centuries � 120[54] and 119*[55] � against the same team.
Dhoni scored 362 runs in 6 innings at an
average of 72.40 and his performance in the series received attention from the then
Indian captain � Sourav Ganguly[56] and
Ravi Shastri, amongst others. However, the India A team coach Sandeep Patil
recommended Dinesh Karthik for a place in the
Indian squad as wicket-keeper/batsman.[57]

The Indian ODI team in the early 2000s saw Rahul Dravid as the wicket-keeper to
ensure that the wicket-keeper spot didn't lack
in batting talent.[56] The team also saw the entry of wicket-keeper/batsmen from
the junior ranks, with talents like Parthiv Patel
and Dinesh Karthik (both India U-19 captains) named in the Test squads.[56] With
Dhoni making a mark in the India A squad, he
was picked in the ODI squad for the Bangladesh tour in 2004/05.[58] Dhoni did not
have a great start to his ODI career, getting
run out for a duck on debut.[59] In spite of an average series against Bangladesh,
Dhoni was picked for the Pakistan ODI series.[60]

He was selected for the New Zealand Test Cricket team to play South Africa in the
2nd Test of the NZ team's tour after an injury to
James Franklin. This made him New Zealand Test Cricketer number #258. In 2016,
after becoming the top scorer in the domestic T20
competition, where he bats at no.3, there were hopes for him to cement that spot
before the ICC World T20, given Brendon McCullum's
international retirement before the tournament.[3][4]

Munro was added to the series against Sri Lanka, after a great domestic season. He
played the last ODI and 2 T20Is in the series.
In the second T20I at Eden Park, Munro recorded the second fastest T20I fifty of
all time in 14 balls, with seven sixes, only behind
12-ball fifty of Yuvraj Singh. This is also the fastest fifty by a New Zealander in
this format, beating the previous record set by
Martin Guptill (50 from 19 balls) just 20 minutes before. He was adjudged man of
the match for this performance.[4][5]

On 6 January 2017 against Bangladesh, Munro scored his first Twenty20 International
century, and became the third player for New
Zealand to score a T20I hundred after Brendon McCullum and Martin Guptill.[6] With
his century, New Zealand poster 195 runs in 20
overs and finally won the match by 47 runs.[7]

Munro was lifted to opening batting position during the ODI series against India,
and he had good fortunes in the opening slot in
few matches.[8]

On 4 November 2017, in the second T20I of the Indian tour, Munro scored his second
Twenty20 International century, becoming the
second New Zealander (after McCullum) and fourth overall to score two T20I
centuries. He was also the first batsman to score two
T20I centuries in a year.[9]New Zealand won the match by 40 runs and 3-match series
was levelled 1-1 with his all-round contribution.[10]

While Shuri heals Ross, T'Challa confronts Zuri about N'Jobu. Zuri explains that
N'Jobu planned to share Wakanda's technology with
people of African descent around the world to help them conquer their oppressors.
As T'Chaka arrested N'Jobu, N'Jobu attacked Zuri,
forcing T'Chaka to kill him. T'Chaka ordered Zuri to lie that N'Jobu had
disappeared and left behind N'Jobu's American son, Erik,
in order to maintain the lie. Erik became a U.S. black ops soldier, adopting the
name "Killmonger". Meanwhile, Killmonger kills Klaue
and takes his body to Wakanda. He is brought before the tribal elders, revealing
his identity and claim to the throne. Killmonger
challenges T'Challa to ritual combat; after killing Zuri, he defeats T'Challa and
hurls him over a waterfall. After ingesting the
heart-shaped herb, Killmonger orders the rest incinerated, but Nakia extracts one
first. Killmonger, supported by W'Kabi and his
army, prepares to distribute shipments of Wakandan weapons to operatives around the

An "extremely proud" Wakandan and traditionalist from the Border Tribe, who is the
head of the Dora Milaje, the all-female special
forces of Wakanda, who serve as T'Challa's bodyguards.[28][29][30] When looking to
cast Gurira, director Ryan Coogler had not seen
The Walking Dead, in which Gurira portrays the popular character Michonne, and
instead wanted her for the part because of her
performance in Mother of George. Gurira said that the fighting skills she learned
playing Michonne complemented the skills of Okoye,
but that "there's a lot of ways that they're extremely different ... Okoye is a
whole 'nother thing."[31] Gurira described the Dora
Milaje as a secret service that is "also very much about intel. It's not just
military," with Okoye the head of intel. Regarding
Okoye's stoic demeanor, Gurira said, "She can be serious, but she also has an
unexpected sense of humor. She has a heart, but for
her country and for her people."[30] Gurira's head was re-shaved every day to have
her head tattoos applied, which took two-and-a-half
to three-and-a-half hours