Over the years, MS Dhoni has achieved many milestones. Today, the former Indian captain is all set to add another feather to his illustrious cap. So far in his career, Dhoni has made an appearance in 299 T20Is. This also includes his appearances for Indian Premier League teams like Chennai Super Kings and Rising Pune Supergiants. Out of 299 appearances, 95 have come from the international games and rest have come from the IPL. If MS Dhoni is included in the playing XI, he will join the likes of Chris Gayle, Shoaib Malik and Dwayne Bravo who have made 300 appearances in T20Is. Rohit Sharma Surpasses Virat Kohli & MS Dhoni; Joins Michael Clarke & Sarfraz Ahmed’s Elite Captaincy Record During Ind vs NZ 2nd T20I 2019.
Windies all-rounder Kieron Pollard tops the list with 446 T20 matches. The former Indian captain has been in a great form this year. Last year Dhoni has come into the radar of the critics for his poor form. But he made a comeback in the ODI series against Australia where he scored three half-centuries and went on to bag the Man of the Series Award. Here’s What Happened When MS Dhoni Took Up Captaincy From Rohit Sharma During India vs New Zealand 2nd T20I 2019 (Watch Video).
Dhoni hasn’t got enough opportunities in the series against New Zealand. In the five games ODI series, Dhoni scored 49 runs in a couple of innings. In the second T20I, he remained not out on the score of 20 runs from 17 balls. He scored one boundary and supported Rishabh Pant who was batting at the other end. Pant and Dhoni stitched 44 runs for the side.