Top 6 Records made by MS Dhoni
Former Indian captain MS Dhoni (MS Dhoni) is counted among the best captains and finishers in the world. Dhoni has given many memorable moments to Team India under his captaincy. Under Dhoni's captaincy, India won the World Cup title for the second time in 2011. During his 16-year cricketing career so far, Dhoni made many records. Through this article, we are going to tell you about the top 6 records made by MS Dhoni.
TOP 6 RECORDS MADE BY MS DHONI
1. Record of winning three ICC Trophies
MS Dhoni is one of the most successful captains in international cricket. Dhoni has enhanced India's pride in cricket by winning three ICC Trophies for Team India. Dhoni is the only captain in the world who has won three different ICC trophies under his captaincy. Under Dhoni's captaincy, India won the T20 World Cup in 2007, then in 2011, under his captaincy, India won the World Cup title for the second time. Not only this, but India also won the ICC Champions Trophy title in 2013 under Dhoni's captaincy.
2. MS Dhoni is the only batsman to win the World Cup title with a six
MS Dhoni is known for finishing the match. Hence he is called the world's top match finisher. Dhoni has finished the match nine times in ODIs with sixes. Apart from this, Dhoni also holds the record for winning the World Cup with a six, when he won the World Cup for the second time in 2011 by hitting a six off Sri Lankan bowler Nuwan Kulasekara.
3. Highest individual score as wicketkeeper-batsman
MS Dhoni played a memorable inning on October 31, 2005, in Jaipur in his early days of international cricket. During the third ODI against Sri Lanka, Dhoni batted brilliantly and scored a memorable inning of 183 runs. It is the highest individual score as a wicketkeeper-batsman so far. Earlier Australia veteran wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist scored 172 runs in 2004 against Zimbabwe.
4. MS Dhoni's record of most not out in ODIs.
MS Dhoni is considered the world's best finisher. Dhoni has won some exciting matches for India by staying till the end several times. Dhoni is known for starting the innings at a slow pace, but Dhoni specializes in changing gears according to the circumstances. He holds the record for most not out in ODI cricket. Dhoni has been unbeaten on 84 occasions in 297 innings of 350 ODIs, which is the record for the most not out by any batsman in ODI cricket.
5. Australia's whitewash in Australia over the last 14 decades
MS Dhoni created history on Australian soil in 2016 under his captaincy. India set a unique record in the T20 International against Australia. India whitewashed Australia in this T20 series. With this, Dhoni became the only captain to whitewash Australia on his own soil in the last 14 decades.
6. First Indian and fifth overall to hit 200 sixes in ODIs
MS Dhoni became the first Indian batsman to hit 200 sixes in one-day internationals against England in Cuttack on January 19, 2017, and also he became the fifth cricketer to complete 200 sixes in ODIs.