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MS Dhoni Crosses The Mark Of 9,000 ODI Runs And Becomes Fifth Indian To Do So!

Mahendra Singh Dhoni the Indian captain of ODI Cricket has joined an elite club of Indian cricketers, who have scored more…

By Administrator in Cricket on October 24, 2016

Mahendra Singh Dhoni the Indian captain of ODI Cricket has joined an elite club of Indian cricketers, who have scored more than 9,000 runs, this sunday on 23rd october 2016. MS Dhoni is also the third wicket-keeper and the fifth indian to cross the 9,000 runs mark after Sri Lankan Kumar Sangakkara (14,234) and Australian Adam Gilchrist (9,619). The top four rankers in the club of over 9,000 runs from India are Sachin Tendulkar at 18,426 runs, Sourav Ganguly at 11,363 runs, Rahul Dravid at 10,889 runs and Mohammad Azharuddin at 9,378 runs.

This is not the only record which MS Dhoni made, He also broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record of the highest number of sixes by an Indian batsman in One Day International Cricket, hitting his 196 six to overtake Tendulkar’s 195 sixes and lead the table. Dhoni has played around 90 Test matches had made 4876 runs at an average of 38.09.

Also Read: The honest reviews of the MS Dhoni movie

Mahendra singh dhoni’s last international century was an unbeaten 139 which came here in an ODI against Australia, albeit in a losing cause. If the same form of the cricketer continues, the ranchi boy will soon break the records of many more cricketers just like the movie based on his biopic did and make our nation India proud like he always does.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni becomes the 5th Indian to Complete 9,000 ODI Runs.

As seen in the MS Dhoni: The Untold Story (The movie based on the life of Mahendra Singh Dhoni), he has been through a lot of struggle and has done a lot of hard work for the uprisal in his career. Breaking records is just like a habit for him since childhood and he has well nourished this habit of his. We hope to see the best for him always as a true indian and a cricket fan.

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