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Top three Unbreakable Records of Mahendra Singh Dhoni

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It’s true that records are meant to be broken, but not in the case of Former Indian Skipper Caption Cool aka Mahendra Singh Dhoni. There are still some records which are highly unbroken yet.

Former Indian Skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been retired from an International Cricket in 2020. His journey was an asset for all the youngsters who want to achieve substantial amount of success in their life. He taught us honesty, hard work, passion, determination, grit. His life was very inspiring and motivating, from being railway ticket counter to next to cricket of God.

Let’s have a look at three astonishing, unbelievable records of Caption Cool which will remain an eminent and will blow up your mind.

Most International Matches as a Captain - MS Dhoni led India in 200 ODIs, 60 Tests and 72 T20Is before he pulls-out on August 15, 2020. He commanded India in a total of 332 international matches, eminently by any captain in the world in terms of cricket. He also being known as one of the successful captains because of his pragmatic, tactical skills. At the end of 42 innings, MS Dhoni had reached the number one position in the ICC Men’s ODI rankings.

Most Stumpings in International Cricket-

In 538 international matches he has 195 stumpings to his name. Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara is next on the tally with 139 stumpings. This is one such record of Dhoni, which will remain untouched for years with no doubt in head. It was always a fabulous moment for Indian cricket glancing his stumping with all speed. The Legendary wicket-keeper batter once took just 0.08 seconds, breaking his own record of 0.09 seconds to stump West Indies batsman Keemo Paul back in 2018. His stumping was so magical and breath-taking which has inspired young wicket keeper’s batsman such as Ishan Kishan, KL Rahul, Sanju Samson, Rishabh Pant and many more.

Winning all three major ICC Trophies-During his possession as captain, MS Dhoni won all 3 ICC TrophiesWorld T20 in 2007, One Day World Cup in 2011, and Champions Trophy in 2013 which no other Indian captain in the history of cricket has achieved before. This is being the reason which makes him an exceptional, invincible, tenacious captain. Being known as Caption Cool for his calmness, pragmatic skills of captaincy was something which took him towards a great height of success and made him so ebullient and effervescent.


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