MS Dhoni certain to script history, become first to huge World Record in pursuit

Regardless of the amount you attempt to take fix your look elsewhere, it’s difficult to fend off it from MS Dhoni, particularly when India are playing in a World Cup semi-last. Regardless of whether for the set in stone reasons, Dhoni has some way or another figured out how to take a couple of features from any semblance of Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah, who have been the significant explanations for India making it to the semi-finals as the top-positioned side in ICC World Cup 2019. On Tuesday, when India take on New Zealand in the principal semi-last at Old Trafford in Manchester, Dhoni is by and by sure to cut his space, take his own one of a kind portion of spotlight, independent of how he performs or India plays.

While everyone’s eyes will be on Rohit Sharma, might we venture to see, significantly more than India commander Virat Kohli, Dhoni will quietly be a piece of history at Manchester. The previous India commander will turn out to be just the second Indian after Sachin Tendulkar to play 350 ODIs.

Dhoni, who has played 349 ODIs up until this point – 346 for India and 3 for Asia XI – will turn into the tenth cricketer to play 350 ODIs on the planet after Tendulkar, who has played the most number of ODIs (463), Mahela Jayawardena(448), Sanath Jayasuriya(445), Kumar Sangakkara (404), Shahid Afridi (398), Inzamam-ul-Haq (378), Ricky Ponting (375), Wasim Akram (356) and Muttiah Muralitharan (350).

Dhoni’s World Record

Dhoni will likewise turn into the principal cricketer to play 350 ODIs at a stretch as an assigned wicket-manager. Sri Lanka’s Sangakkara has played 360 ODIs as a manager yet those were not at a stretch. He has played 44 ODI as a master batsman as well.

Out of his 349 ODIs, 200 have been as commander, just the third cricketer and the main Indian to do as such.

Dhoni has not been in the best of structures in the World Cup. While his competition strike rate of 92 is superior to anything his strike rate yet his methodology still has been addressed in light of the fact that a scoring rate well-over 100 was required when he turned out to bat.

Dhoni, who turned 38 only several days prior has additionally disregarded the retirement talks as bits of gossip and he will hope to set a couple of things in the exceptionally significant semi-last against New Zealand on Tuesday.

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