MS Dhoni can break down two world records in the 300th ODI for India
MS Dhoni plays 299 days internationally for India and has 9608 races on his behalf for 60 cents per half and 10 centuries. He will play the 300th ODI for India when they will take Sri Lanka to the fourth ODI in a series of five games.
MS Dhoni will play twenty-three international days against Sri Lanka and while the result will not affect the winner of the series, the former Indian captain will still let the rubber die. Dhoni will be the 20th player in the history to play much of this ODI.
The Wicketkeeper has collected 65,500 races with 9,500 races and is the captain of the 2015 World Cup. He also led India at the first World Championship T20 in 2007. In addition, all Dhoni can break two world records in the next game against Sri Lanka.
Dhoni, who adjusted Kumar Sangakkara with 99 rebounds in ODI in Pallekeles second game, could be the first goalkeeper with 100 rebounds in the ODI, which would be the highest. He tried Sangakkara when Dhanuska Gunathilaka ran away from Yuzvender Chahal.
This promise will be monumental to him. While Sangakkara plays in 360 games that represent Sri Lanka as a goalkeeper, Dhoni 106 plays fewer games to earn the same victory with 99 rescues.
Another unique record, which can be solved in the next ODI, has no useless sound in a one-day international game. Former Sri Lanka star Chaminda Vaas and Shaun Pollock from South Africa are joined by 72 undefeated races at ODI.
Dhoni also has 72 innings and can defeat the former cricketer while playing the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka. He already has two voices in a series that he does not leave behind.
India has won three series of five series ODI and will try to continue a series of victories against Sri Lanka.