Why M S DHONI is one of the best Wickect Keeper of the World

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni commonly known as MS Dhoni is an Indian international cricketer who captained the Indian national team in limited-overs formats from 2007 to 2016 and in Test cricket from 2008 to 2014. An attacking right-handed middle-order batsman and wicket-keeper, he is widely regarded as one of the greatest finishers in limited-overs cricket.


Dhoni has played in three editions of the World Cup (2007, 2011, 2015), claiming 32 dismissals in 20 games at a rate of 1.6 per innings.

MS Dhoni's Current Record's

In test match: 294 dismissals (stumpings + catches) in 90 matches
Where in 5050Cricket ODI : 407 dismissals in 321 matches. Dismissals per match
In T20: 87 dismissals in 93 matches. Dismissals per match
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India vs West Indies Update: Umesh Yadav can play in Place of Shardul Thakur

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Fast-bowler  of India Umesh Yadav hashas to in place of Shardul Thakur in first two ODIs against West Indies at Guwahati and Vishakapatnam on 21, 24 October as declared by the BCCI on Tuesday due to right adductor tendon injury.


Umesh Yadav made his presence felt in Thakur's absence at Hyderabad, leading from the front by picking wickets at regular intervals. Yadav emerged as the third ever fast bowler in Indian cricket to pick 10 wickets on home turf after Kapil Dev and Javagal Srinath, ensuring a comprehensive win for the hosts. 

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So For 1st ODI 5050Crickect Team may be Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma (vice-captain), Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Ambati Rayudu, Manish Pandey, MS Dhoni (wicket-keeper), Rishabh Pant, Ravindra Jadeja, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Khaleel Ahmed, Umesh Yadav.

5050 Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule
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3 Crickter who never scored a century in their ODI career

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Scoring a century has long been considered as the pinnacle for a batsman in ODIs. While there have been players who have hit double hundreds in the last decade, for a very long time, a batsman was judged not just on the amount of runs they scored but also the centuries they had amassed.Here are 3 established batsmen who never scored an ODI century:

Dwayne Smith

The case of Dwayne Smith in ODIs is a curious one. While he is a destructive opener in T20s, with over 7,000 runs to his name in the format, he struggled to get going in ODIs. Despite playing over 100 ODIs, he didn't manage a single century.

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Graham Thorpe

With over 9,000 runs in international cricket, Graham Thorpe was not only one of England's most complete batsmen but also one of their most successful as well. While he had a stellar Test career that saw him score nearly 7,000 runs in 100 Tests, his ODI career wasn't as impressive.For a man who has 49 first-class centuries and 9 List-A centuries and more than 32,000 runs, Thorpe finished his ODI career without a century.

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Chamara Kapugedera

Much like the Bermuda Triangle, the mystery of how Chamara Kapugedera managed to play over 100 ODIs despite not scoring a single century and averaging just over 21 will remain unsolved. In total, he has just eight fifties from 102 ODIs and his highest score of 95 came against West Indies in 2008.

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Niall O'Brien announces his retirement from cricket

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Niall O'Brien, one of the pillars of Irish cricket in their rise to Test status over the last 15 years, has announced his retirement from the game. O'Brien follows his team-mate Ed Joyce in deciding to call time shortly after playing in Ireland's inaugural Test, against Pakistan at Malahide in May.
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Alongside Joyce, William Porterfield, Trent Johnston, and his brother, Kevin, Niall O'Brien was one of the key figures among a generation of Irish players who lifted the game to previously unimagined heights. In all, he played 216 times for Ireland, including 103 ODIs, 30 T20Is and a single Test, scoring more than 6000 runs across the formats.

"To all at Cricket Ireland a sincere thank you for allowing me to wear the shamrock for 16 years," he said. "There are too many fond memories to mention so I just wish the team and the organisation all the very best for the future and I will be watching keenly from afar. From playing relatively small fixtures at the start of my career to competing and winning World Cup matches to being there to play in our first Test match meant I have achieved more than I could have ever dreamt and for this I look back with nothing but fondness.
"Finally, and most importantly, thank you to my family for all the guidance and support down the years whether it was driving me to matches, throwing balls to me in the garden or travelling to the Caribbean to watch me play. Without you I would not have amounted to anything on the field so a huge thank you to all the O'Briens.
"Now is a time for myself and my wonderful wife Bex to welcome our new addition into the world and enjoy some family time together."
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5050 Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule

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In May

Matches

Venue

30

England v South Africa,

The Oval

31

West Indies v Pakistan,

Trent Bridge 

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In June
Matches
Venue
1
New Zealand v Sri Lanka,
Cardiff
1
Afghanistan v Australia
Bristol (d/n)
2
South Africa v Bangladesh,
The Oval
3
England v Pakistan,
Trent Bridge
4
Afghanistan v Sri Lanka,
Cardiff
5
South Africa v India,
Southampton
5
Bangladesh v New Zealand
 The Oval (d/n)
6
Australia v West Indies,
Trent Bridge
7
Pakistan v Sri Lanka,
Bristol
8
England v Bangladesh,
Cardiff
8
Afghanistan v New Zealand,
Taunton (d/n)
9
India v Australia,
The Oval
10
South Africa v West Indies
Southampton
11
Bangladesh v Sri Lanka,
Bristol
12
Australia v Pakistan,
Taunton
13
India v New Zealand
Trent Bridge
14
England v West Indies
Southampton
15
Sri Lanka v Australia
The Oval
15
South Africa v Afghanistan,
Cardiff (d/n)
16
India v Pakistan,
Old Trafford
17
West Indies v Bangladesh,
Taunton
18
England v Afghanistan,
Old Trafford
19
New Zealand v South Africa,
Edgbasto
20
Australia v Bangladesh,
Trent Bridge
21
England v Sri Lanka
Headingley
22
India v Afghanistan,
outhampton,
22
West Indies v New Zealand,
Old Trafford (d/n)
23
Pakistan v South Africa
Lord's
          24
Bangladesh v Afghanistan
Southampton
          25
England v Australia
Lord's
          26
New Zealand v Pakistan
Edgbaston
          27
West Indies v India
Old Trafford
          28
Sri Lanka v South Africa
Chester-le-Street
          29
Pakistan v Afghanistan
Headingley
          29
New Zealand v Australia
Lord's (d/n)
          30
England v India
Edgbaston
In July
Matches
Venue
1
Sri Lanka v West Indies
Chester-le-Street
2
Bangladesh v India
Edgbaston
3
England v New Zealand
Chester-le-Street
4
Afghanistan v West Indies
Headingley
5
Pakistan v Bangladesh,
Lord's
6
Sri Lanka v India
Headingley
6
Australia v South Africa,
Old Trafford (d/n)
9
First semi-final: 1st v 4th,
Old Trafford (d/n)
11
Second semi-final: 2nd v 3rd
Edgbaston
14
Final
Lord's





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