At which venue did MS Dhoni made his daunting 183 not out?

At which venue did MS Dhoni made his daunting 183 not out?

On October 31 in 2005, MS Dhoni blasted his way to his career-best ODI score of 183 against Sri Lanka at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium in Jaipur.

How many overs Dhoni bowled?

8 overs
Dhoni bowled 8 overs in that Test match. While the fans are well aware of the incredible exploits of MS Dhoni with the bat and his lightning-fast speed behind the stumps with the gloves, there is a department which might get overshadowed at times. MS Dhoni can bowl too!

What are the records of MS Dhoni?

MS Dhoni

Mat 90 350
Runs 4876 10773
Avg 38.09 50.58
SR 59.12 87.56
HS 224 183

When did Dhoni made 183?

October 31, 2005
Dhoni achieved the feat against Sri Lanka on October 31, 2005 in the third ODI of the seven-match series at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur. Coming into bat at number three, Dhoni played a knock of 183 runs from 145 balls with the help of 15 fours and 10 sixes.

Which type of bowling does Dhoni do?

On 15 August 2020, Dhoni retired from International Cricket….MS Dhoni.

Personal information
Nickname Mahi, Captain Cool, Thala
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Batting Right-handed
Bowling Right-arm medium

Who is the best wicket keeper in the world?

Top 10 Best Wicket Keeper In The World

  • Jeff Dujon (West Indies)
  • Brad Haddin (Australia)
  • Rod Marsh (Australia)
  • Ian Healy (Australia)
  • Kumar Sangakkara (Sria Lanka)
  • MS Dhoni (India)
  • Adam Gilchrist (Australia)
  • Mark Boucher (South Africa)

What is the ICC ranking of Dhoni?

MS Dhoni ICC Test Batting Ranking

MS Dhoni Batsman Ranking – Test
Best Rating 662
Best Ranking 19
Total Runs 4876
Batting Average 38.09

Which ODI Dhoni scored 183?

Legendary Indian skipper MS Dhoni notched up his highest ODI score ever, by hitting a knock of 183 unbeaten runs against Sri Lanka during the 3rd ODI of Sri Lanka’s tour of India on October 31, 2005.

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