On this day MS Dhoni made his biggest score in ODI against Sri Lanka.

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On this day in 2005, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has been the former captain of the Indian cricket team, scored the biggest score in his ODI match. He scored 183 runs in 145 balls. And played not out till the end and he made this score against Sri Lanka at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, which is located in Jaipur.

Today, 16 years ago, it seems as if it is a matter of tomorrow. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who has been the former captain of the Indian cricket team, scored the highest score in his ODI match, and he played this match against Sri Lanka which was on 31 October 2005. He scored 183 runs in 145 balls in that match of his 7 days at Sawai Mansingh Stadium which is located in Jaipur. Remembering this, BCCI has also tweeted which reminds of this.

That day Mahendra Singh Dhoni came at number three to bat. Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit 15 fours and two sixes to score 145 runs. At that time the Indian cricket team, being captained by Rahul Dravid, defeated Sri Lanka by 6 wickets.

The moral of the India team was down at that time because Sachin Tendulkar, the most brilliant batsman of the Indian cricket team, was dismissed in the first over of the innings at that time, which was a big setback for the Indian cricket team.

After that, when Mahendra Singh Dhoni came to bat, he scored a big score of 183 runs in 145 balls and even after that he remained not out.

On this, BCCI tweeted reminding me of this occasion and this tweet was done by BCCI on 31 October 2021 at 10:00 am.

BCCI included in its tweet that 183 runs, 145 balls, 15 fours, and 10 sixes. On this day Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored the highest ODI score against Sri Lanka in 2005.

And along with this, BCCI also attached the video in which Mahendra Singh Dhoni was scoring 183 runs.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been the most successful captain of the Indian cricket team who has won almost all the tournaments in his lifetime. He won the T20 World Cup 2007 in his lifetime, the 2013 Champions Trophy, and then the 2011 ODI World Cup.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni started his career well in 2004 and he started it while playing against Bangladesh. With this, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has played 538 matches in his career of 16 years, and has played 350 One Day International matches, in which 90 Test matches and 98 T20 International matches have been played.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni was last seen playing for the Indian cricket team in July 2019. He lost his match with New Zealand, where he lost the 50-over semi-final match with New Zealand, and after that on 15 August 2020, Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket, and his He removed the curtain lying on the career.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 4876 runs in Test matches and 38.09 runs on average in every match in his career. He has scored 10773 runs in the ODI match and according to the average he scored 50.57 runs in his T20 match, he has scored 1617 runs and he scored these runs at a strike rate of 126. Today, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is mentoring the Indian cricket team in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.