MS Dhoni holds five world records to his name
Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has been out of the national team for a long time, has said goodbye to international cricket. However, he has spread many gems in his colourful career. MS Dhoni holds five world records to his name.
MS Dhoni, who last played in the 2019 World Cup, has set many world records at the moment of his retirement. Five of them set world records, here below we have mentioned MS Dhoni world records.
1. Only Captain to Win Three ICC Titles
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the only captain in the history of cricket to have won the ODI (2011) and T20 World Cup (2006) and the Champions Trophy (2013). No other captain has won these three ICC titles.
2. Most Final Wins as a Captain
As captain (ODI) Mahendra Singh Dhoni has won the most final matches as a captain. India has reached the final of a total of 6 multinational tournaments under Dhoni’s leadership, of which India has won 4 finals.
3. Most not out in ODIs
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been not out a total of 64 times in ODI cricket, which is a world record at the moment. No one has been unbeaten in ODIs more than him.
4. Leading in international matches
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has led the Indian cricket team in 332 matches in all. Including 200 ODIs, 60 Tests and 72 International Twenty20 matches. Under Dhoni’s leadership, it is a world record overall.
5. Most Stumping to his name
Dhoni, who has the most stumps out with the bat, has surpassed everyone by standing behind the stumps. Dhoni has taken 123 stumpings in ODI cricket, which is a world record.
In addition, Dhoni has made 34 stumpings in international Twenty20 cricket, the most. In all three formats of cricket, Dhoni has stumped out a total of 195, which is another record.