MS Dhoni led India in 199 ODIs, 72 T20Is: Stats

first_imgMahendra Singh Dhoni has stepped down as India’s limited-overs captain, ahead of ODI and T20I series against England starting January 15. However, he remains available for the series, with the selectors meeting on Friday to pick the squads.  The 35-year-old had given up on the Test captaincy in December 2014 after the Melbourne Test, but continued to lead India in the T20s and one-dayers.Dhoni, was arguably India’s best limited-overs captain and the only one in the world to have won three ICC tournaments – World Cup, Champions Trophy and World Twenty20. (Dhoni steps down as India’s limited-overs captain)He captained India in 331 matches across all formats (Tests, ODIs and T20Is) – most by any player in cricket’s history. Australia’s Ricky Ponting is second with 324 matches.WATCH FULL VIDEO HEREDhoni is only the first captain from the sub-continent and third to have won 100 ODIs, after Allan Border and Ponting. He is also the only player to captain in 50 Twenty20 Internationals.  Matches Won Lost NR Tied Win% ODIs 199 110 74 11 4 55.28 T20Is 7242 28 2 0 58.33 Last year captaincy record:  Matches Won Lost NR Win% ODIs 13 7 6 0 53.84 T20Is 2115 5 1 71.43       Last year’s batting record:  Matches Runs Hs Avg SR 100s 50s ODIs 13 278 80 27.80 80.12 0 1 T20Is 21 238 43 47.60 149.69 0 0       Last year Virat in T-20 and ODI as a batsman:  Matches Runs Hs Avg SR 100s 50s ODIs 10 739 154* 92.38 100.00 3 4 T20Is 15 641 90* 106.83 140.26 0 7last_img read more