MS Dhoni holds a unique record in ODIs, the only cricketer to do so


MS Dhoni’s Record: Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni created many big records in his international career. Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket in 2020. We’re going to introduce you to one of his records that you may not know much about. Dhoni played a total of 350 ODIs in his career. In these matches, Dhoni remained unbeaten a total of 84 times. Dhoni is the number one player in this regard.

There are not many players around

No other player is close to Ghoni’s record. In this, Dhoni chased 50 runs and returned not out. After the wash, former South African batsman Shaun Pollock is number two in this regard. Shaun Pollock played a total of 303 ODIs in his career, in which he remained unbeaten 72 times. At the same time, former Sri Lankan batsman Chaminda Was is at the third position in this list. Chaminda Vaas played a total of 322 ODIs in his career in which he went to the not out pavilion a total of 72 times.

Dhoni is the second most ODI player for Team India. Sachin Tendulkar is number one in this regard with 463 ODIs. Sachin is not only India but also the player who has played the most ODI matches in the history of cricket. Sachin scored 18426 runs in ODIs.

Dhoni’s international career went like this

Dhoni played a total of 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20 Internationals in his international career. He scored 4876 runs in Tests with the help of 6 centuries and 33 half centuries. His average in this is 38.09. Meanwhile, his highest score was 224 runs.

Apart from this, he scored a total of 1077 runs in ODIs at an average of 50.57. In this he scored 10 centuries and 73 half centuries. His highest score in this was 183* runs.

While playing international T20, he scored a total of 1617 runs at an average of 37.60 and a strike rate of 126.13. In this he scored 2 fifties. Meanwhile, his highest score was 56 runs.

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