MS Dhoni 7 Records: Today is Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s birthday. The whole country is congratulating him. On this occasion, we are telling you about these 7 special records of this legend, which are not going to be easy for anyone to break.

MS Dhoni 7 Records: Former captain of the Indian cricket team Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) is celebrating his 43rd birthday today. This legend played international cricket for the country for 16 years and during this time he did many great feats. On his birthday, we have brought you 7 such big records of Dhoni, which seem almost impossible to break. Dhoni has done wonders in everything from batting, keeping to captaincy and winning titles. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is called the best finisher in the world, because he played many memorable innings in his 16-year career and returned after winning the team India.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni made his international debut in 2004. After this, he never looked back. Dhoni has captained Team India in 200 One Day International matches. During this period, India won 110 ODIs, while lost 74. The special thing is that the winning percentage of the Indian team under Mahi’s captaincy has been 59.52.

7 special records of Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the only captain to have won all three ICC World Cup trophies. As captain, he won the 2011 ODI World Cup, the 2007 T20 World Cup and the Champions Trophy in 2013. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the first captain in the world to win the T20 World Cup. Under his captaincy, Team India won this title in 2007. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the first captain to win the ODI World Cup for India, he did this feat in 2011. Dhoni holds the record of playing the biggest innings in ODI International cricket as a wicketkeeper, he scored an unbeaten 183 against Sri Lanka in 2005. MS Dhoni is the fastest batsman to reach number 1 in the ODI rankings, who did this feat by playing just 42 innings after his debut. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has returned unbeaten 84 times during his ODI career. This is the record of remaining not out the most number of times by any batsman in the world. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made the most stumpings (123) in 350 ODIs. This is the most by any wicketkeeper in ODI cricket.