Dhoni to be sixth Indian to join elite 300-ODI club

Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni who has achieved many a records in his glittering ODI career is on the verge of reaching another career milestone.

When the Indian wicket keeper steps on the field against Sri Lanka in the 4th ODI at the R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on Thursday, he would be playing his 300th ODI match.

Dhoni is widely regarded by cricket pundits and fans as as one of the best-limited overs players to have ever played the game for India.

The 36-year-old has proven his pedigree as an impeccable finisher over the years and his wicket keeping abilities behind the stumps have drawn everyone attention. Dhoni has been India’s best ever skipper in ODI’s with two major ICC trophies in his cabinet.

Dhoni, on Thursday (31st August), will become the sixth Indian to join the 300-ODI match club. Batting greats Sachin Tendulkar (363) leads the all-time list, which also has Rahul Dravid (344), Mohammad Azharuddin (334), Sourav Ganguly (311) and Yuvraj Singh (302).

As Dhoni plays his 300th One Day International, let us have a look at the ODI records held by India’s most beloved and trusted sportstar in his favourite format. (Courtesy News Nation)


  1. Unfortunately for Doni, Sri Lanka is going to win this game. Just because Malinga is the right captain and this will be the team for future but Kusal Perera has to be in too. Two useless batsmen such as Upul Tharanga and Chandimal not in the team, so this team will win next two games.


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