Mahendra Singh Dhoni, a world record of Most Not Outs in ODIs
MS Dhoni has remained unbeaten in 84 ODIs. This is a world record of Most Not Outs in ODIs. The second best is by former South Africa all-rounder Shaun Pollock, who has 72 not outs to his name.
Out of the 84 times, Dhoni remained unbeaten in ODIs, 51 came while India were chasing and amazingly, the Men in Blue have emerged victorious in 47 of those while two matches were tied and they lost only 2 times.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the finisher
MS Dhoni, also known as “Captain Cool,” is widely regarded as one of the greatest finishers in the history of cricket. He has a reputation for staying calm under pressure and consistently delivering when his team needs him the most.
Dhoni made his international debut for India in December 2004 and quickly established himself as a key player in the Indian cricket team. He has played in more than 500 international matches across all formats, captaining the Indian team in nearly 300 of them. He not only holds the record of Most Not Outs in ODIs but also holds the record of Most Not Outs in ODIs as captain.
One of Dhoni’s greatest strengths as a finisher is his ability to read the game. He has a keen understanding of the match situation and knows when to take risks and when to play it safe. This ability allows him to finish matches in a manner that is both aggressive and calculated. He often came in to bat in the latter stages of the innings and was able to guide his team to victory with his quick thinking and effective shot-making.
Dhoni’s captaincy skills, which helped lead India to World Cup victory in 2011, often come in handy in tight situations, he is known to be a great thinker of the game and has a lot of strategies to back him up. He is well-known for his ability to read the pitch and adjust his team’s tactics accordingly, and to make quick, decisive decisions when under pressure. He was the one who played many match winning knocks and finishing the games for India under pressure.
Dhoni’s contributions to Indian cricket have been enormous, and his ability to finish matches has been a crucial factor in many of India’s victories over the years. He retired from international cricket in August 2020, but his legacy as one of the greatest finishers in the game will live on for many years to come. He still holds the record of Most Not Outs in ODIs.
In conclusion, MS Dhoni is a legendary finisher and captain, who has delivered many match-winning performances for India throughout his career. His ability to read the game and stay calm under pressure has been instrumental in many of India’s victories, and he will forever be remembered as one of the greatest finishers in the history of cricket.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni was also the first wicket-keeper to effect 100 stumpings in ODI cricket.
How many not outs does MS Dhoni have in ODIs?
MS Dhoni has 84 not outs in ODIs, which is the most by any player in the history of the game.
How many not outs does MS Dhoni have as a captain in ODIs?
MS Dhoni has 49 not outs as a captain in ODIs, which is the most by any captain in the history of the game.
How many not outs does MS Dhoni have in T20Is?
MS Dhoni has 14 not outs in T20Is, which is the most by any captain in the history of the game.
What were some of MS Dhoni’s major achievements as a captain?
Some of MS Dhoni’s major achievements as a captain include leading India to victory in the 2007 ICC World Twenty20, the 2010 Asia Cup, and the most notable one is 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup where India won after 28 years of drought. He also led India to the top of the ICC rankings in Tests and ODIs.
How was MS Dhoni captaincy compared to other Indian captains?
MS Dhoni’s captaincy is widely regarded as one of the best in Indian cricket history. He is the most successful Indian captain in terms of trophies won and is the only Indian captain to have won all ICC trophies (T20 World Cup, 50 Over World Cup and Champions Trophy). His captaincy style, which focused on promoting a calm and composed atmosphere within the team, was a departure from the more aggressive styles of some of his predecessors. His leadership and tactical skills have been widely praised by cricketing experts and fans alike.
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