MS Dhoni: For his services to Indian cricket and for possibly being the most successful captain in India’s history, the former captain MS Dhoni will always be remembered. The wicketkeeper hitter from Ranchi has achieved several records throughout the course of his career, making his trip particularly noteworthy.
Beginning in 2004, the youthful Dhoni made an immediate impression. His development was incredible, and he ultimately rose to become one of the most significant gears in India’s wheel.
Few of Dhoni’s milestones can be surpassed by another person since he has managed to immortalize his name in history. Mohammad Rizwan, the wicketkeeper-batsman for Pakistan, has been at the top of his game recently.
The player is also ranked as the best batter in the ICC Men’s T20I Batting Rankings at the moment. The athlete, who is 30 years old, has had successful performances for both his country’s and his club’s team.
5 Records Set By MS Dhoni Are Not likely To Break by Mohammad Rizwan
5. 10,000 runs in ODIs
Although MS Dhoni is well known for being a good captain, he was able to create records with his deadly batting that will be hard for players from the next generation to surpass. In the ODI format of the game, the former wicketkeeper-batsman accomplished the milestone of scoring 10,000+ runs. Rizwan would find it impossible to pull off such a feat.
Even though Rizwan is quite dependable in the T20 version of the game, the right-handed hitter has only amassed 1065 runs in 49 ODI appearances for Pakistan.
Dhoni retired with an ODI average of above 50 (50.57), which is second-best behind Virat Kohli among players with 10,000 or more runs scored. However, Rizwan still has a long way to go before reaching 10,000 runs, and in order to do so, the player will need to continue to play consistently and consistently score large.
4. Most number of stumpings in ODIs
Behind the wickets, Dhoni was renowned for his lightning-quick hands. He now has the 123-stumping record for an ODI wicketkeeper. He may be characterized as having “swiftness,” as he has often demonstrated. With 99 successful stumpings, Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara is the second wicketkeeper on the list.
Rizwan, on the other hand, is likewise a promising wicketkeeper but lacks the natural quickness of the former India captain. Rizwan has to practice his wicketkeeping techniques more if he wants to improve.
3. Six T20 titles in the domestic circuit
Speaking of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the only other name that comes to mind is MS Dhoni, who has dominated the lucrative league throughout the years. Rohit Sharma has been a tremendously successful captain for the Mumbai Indians.
No one reads the game better than Dhoni, who has been a maestro on the field. Additionally, Dhoni’s genius as a captain is the primary factor in Chennai Super Kings’ status as possibly the finest local team in the world.
Six championships have been won by the Super Kings wicketkeeper captain, including two Champions League and four IPL championships. Rizwan, on the other hand, has only won one championship while leading Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League.
It appears improbable that Rizwan will be able to lead his team to five or more victories in domestic competitions.
2. Highest individual score by a wicketkeeper in ODIs
Dhoni amassed almost 10,000 runs in ODI cricket while mostly playing in the bottom middle-order, which says much about his batting prowess.
Dhoni’s massive 183* against Sri Lanka in a one-day match in 2005 is still vivid in the memories of many who saw the innings. Rizwan, though, has a record-high individual score of 115 in ODIs.
To even get close to Dhoni’s total, Rizwan would need a very exceptional performance on the field, and he will have to play the entire innings. Rizwan will need to perform at the top of his game to surpass Dhoni’s record, which currently stands.
1. Nine times Dhoni finished a chase with a six
One can never forget Ravi Shastri’s exclamation, “And Dhoni finishes off in style, India lifts the World Cup after 28 years,” when MS Dhoni, the calm captain of India, led the side to victory over Sri Lanka in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup.
Ms. Dhoni was a ball striker who was renowned for his ability to finish plays. On multiple instances, he hit balls out of the park to win games for his team. He has established a record for mercilessly ending chases with a six.
Dhoni successfully used a six to give India the victory nine times in a row. Rizwan, on the other hand, primarily functions as an anchor. It will be challenging for him to accomplish this achievement, which he has not yet done.