Only 4 Out 10 MS Dhoni Fans Would Remember His Last Scores In All Three Formats

The former Indian skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni will go down in the history books as one of the best captains of all time as well as a veteran wicketkeeper-batsman. Under his leadership, the Indian cricket team achieved many records and milestones. MS Dhoni has troubled the bowlers around the world with his impeccable batting performances in all the three formats of the game.

Here, in this article, we will take a look at the performance of MS Dhoni in his last match played in all three formats of this game. Have a look:

1. Test Cricket:

MS Dhoni made his debut in the longest format of the year in the year 2005 and announced his retirement in the year 2014. During his career of 9 years, MS Dhoni scored 4876 runs in 144 innings of 90 matches with an average of 38.09. His performances also included 6 centuries.

In his last Test match, MS Dhoni scored 11 runs in the first innings of the Melbourne Test match against the Australian cricket team. While he scored an unbeaten 24 runs in the second innings.

2. One Day Cricket:

MS Dhoni made his ODI debut in the year 2004. During his glorious career, MS Dhoni scored 10773 runs including 10 centuries and 73 fifties, in 297 innings of 350 matches at an average of 50.58 and a strike rate of 87.56. 

MS Dhoni has not officially retired from the One-Day format of the game however, it has been a long time when he was last seen in action. MS Dhoni was last seen in action during the semi-final match played against New Zealand in the 2019 World Cup. During this match, MS Dhoni scored 50 runs with the help of 1 four and 1 six off 72 balls.

3. T20I:

MS Dhoni made his debut in the shortest format of the game debut against South Africa in 2006 in the International T20. During his T20I career, MS Dhoni scored 1617 runs in 85 innings of 98 matches at an average of 37.6 and a strike rate of 126.13.

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