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MS Dhoni enters the illustrious list of batsmen, crosses 10,000 runs in ODI

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MS Dhoni enters the illustrious list of batsmen, crosses 10,000 runs in ODI

On Saturday, former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the fifth Indian batsman to score 10,000 ODI runs for India in Sydney during the first ODI match against Australia. MS Dhoni was just one run away from reaching this milestone before the Sydney ODI.

The wicket-keeper batsman had completed his 10,000 runs in ODIs last year in July, but that included 174 runs he scored for Asia XI.

On reaching this milestone, official handle of ICC also praised MS Dhoni by tweeting his photograph.


Dhoni becomes the fifth batsman to join the illustrious list, which also includes Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid and Virat Kohli, who have scored 10,000 runs for India.

In ODI history, apart from Kumar Sangakkara, Dhoni is the 2nd wicketkeeper/batsman and overall 13th batsman to cross 10,000 runs mark.

List of batsmen who scored 10,000 runs and more across ODI format:

Player

Matches/Innings

Runs Scored

50/100

Sachin Tendulkar 463/452 18,426 96/49
Kumar Sangakkara 404/380 14,234 93/25
Ricky Ponting 375/365 13,704 82/30
Sanath Jayasuriya 445/433 13,430 68/28
Mahela Jayawardene 448/418 12,650 77/19
Inzamam ul-Haq 378/350 11,739 83/10
Jacques Kallis 328/314 11,579 86/17
Sourav Ganguly 311/300 11,221 72/22
Rahul Dravid 344/318 10,768 83/12
Brian Lara 299/289 10,405 63/19
Tillakaratne Dilshan 330/303 10,290 47/22
Virat Kohli 216/208 10,232 48/38
MS Dhoni 332/281 10,050 67/9

MS Dhoni has scored 9 centuries and 67 fifties for India in one-day internationals. The wicket-keeper is also one of the most successful ODI captains with a World Cup and Champions Trophy under his belt.

Dhoni is the sixth quickest to reach the landmark, after Ponting (266) and Kallis (272). He is the second wicket-keeper after Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara to breach the mark.

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