5 World Records MS Dhoni holds despite his international retirement

By Bet Barter

September 8, 2020

Previous Indian World Cup-winning chief and one of the best wicket-manager batsmen, the 39-year-old MS Dhoni declared his global retirement on fifteenth August 2020.

During his long global vocation between December 2004 and July 2019, MS Dhoni played 90 Tests, 350 ODIs, and 98 T20Is. He made numerous extraordinary records in worldwide cricket.

Check some of MS Dhoni’s current world records:

Most global matches as a chief

One of the most effective chiefs in worldwide cricket history, MS Dhoni assumed the captaincy part of the Indian group somewhere in the range of 2007 and 2018. During his captaincy residency, Dhoni drove the Indian group in 332 matches, which are a record of most global matches as a skipper. The second-best record holder is the previous Australian cricketer Ricky Ponting, who assumed the captaincy function in 324 global matches for Australia and the ICC World XI.

Most stumpings in worldwide cricket history

MS Dhoni is a fruitful cricketer from different angles. Wicketkeeping is one of these as he is probably the most secure hand with gloves behind the stumps. As a wicket-attendant, Dhoni is exceptionally brilliant just as super-quick, and he has demonstrated both of these multiple occasions.

During his retirement from worldwide cricket, Dhoni is holding the record of most stumpings in global cricket history. The wicket-attendant made 195 stumpings in his worldwide profession as he is holding a comparable record in ODI and T20I vocation. While he made 38 stumpings in Test vocation, he made 123 stumpings and 34 stumpings in ODI and T20I profession individually.

The second most record in stumpings in global cricket is 139 by previous Sri Lankan wicket-manager Kumar Sangakkara.

Bowled in most global matches as an assigned wicketkeeper

Wicket-keeping is a specific ability, and that is the reason we seldom observe that wicket-keeper is bowling in a global cricket coordinate. During his global profession, MS Dhoni delivered 132 balls. The joint second-generally number of deliveries by an assigned wicketkeeper in worldwide cricket history. As a right-arm medium bowler, Dhoni likewise praised once after taking his lone global wicket of West Indies cricketer Travis Dowlin during the ICC Champions Trophy 2009.

Dhoni is holding the record of bowling in most worldwide matches as an assigned wicketkeeper as he bowled in nine global matches. The second most record in this rundown is bowling for multiple times by previous English wicket-guardian Bill Storer.

Generally some not outs in worldwide cricket history

As a batsman, MS Dhoni is exceptionally popular for effectively completing a match. The wicket-guardian batsman likes to assume the large liability of effectively finishing the group’s innings or completing the game where he accomplishes dominance, and it is the motivation behind why he is holding the record of a general number of not outs in worldwide cricket history.

In his global profession, Dhoni remained not out in 142 innings: 16 not outs in Tests, 84 not outs in ODIs, and 42 not outs in T20Is. Britain cricketer James Anderson is remaining behind Dhoni in the rundown of the general number of not outs in global cricket history, as the lower-request batsman has remained not out in 136 worldwide innings, including the record 90 not outs in Tests.

Most costly cricket bat

While India won the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, chief MS Dhoni won the Player of the Match grant in the last of that competition for playing the game dominating thump of 91 not out off 128 balls (8 fours and 2 sixes). Dhoni additionally played the triumphant shot of that last match of that competition, which was a sixer against the Sri Lankan pacer Nuwan Kulasekara.

On 18th July 2011, R K Global Shares and Securities Ltd purchased Dhoni’s 2011 World Cup-winning bat for £100,000 ($161,295), during the closeout at the M.S Dhoni’s ‘East Meets West’ Charity Dinner in London. As indicated by the Guinness World Record, it is as yet the “Most Expensive Cricket Bat”.

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