New Delhi: India's limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has achieved a lot in his career, be it as a skipper or a batsman.
He is regarded as one of the best finishers in world cricket. Under his captaincy, India have won two ICC World Cups – 2007 (T20I) and 2012 (ODI).
Captain Cool has played a lot of match-winning knocks to bail India out from tricky situations.
But even after adding a lot of feathers to his cap, he is still waiting to score his maiden T20I half-century. Yes it's true!
Even after playing 68 T20Is, Dhoni is yet to touch the 50-run mark.
His highest score in slam-bang version of the game is unbeaten 48.
The fact is quite shocking as Dhoni has 1041 T20I runs under his belt, which he has scored at an average of 35.89, with a staggering strike rate of 121.89.
Dhoni played his first T20I against South Africa in December 1, 2006.
At the moment, Dhoni is leading new IPL franchise - Rising Pune Supergiants - in the ninth edition of the cash-rich league.