Zeenews Sports Bureau
Adelaide: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni added yet another feather to his crown on Tuesday by becoming the first Indian wicket keeper to play 200 ODIs for the country on Tuesday.
Dhoni became only the fifth in the world to achieve the feat after South Africa`s Mark Boucher (294), Australia`s Adam Gilchrist (282), Sri Lanka`s Kumar Sangakkara (269) and Pakistan`s Moin Khan (211).
Even after Team India’s recent slump under Dhoni, he is still considered one of the best to have led the country. He has two World titles (the World T20 in South Africa in 2007 and the World Cup, 2011), two IPL crowns and a Champions League T20 trophy to his credit.