IPL 2022: MS Dhoni needs 6 additional rushes to turn out to be just the second captain after Virat Kohli in T20 cricket to score at least 6000 runs.
Dhoni is 6 takes off from joining 6000-run club in T20 cricket as captainDhoni may be the second commander to do as such, second just to KohliCSK and RCB will take on one another on Wednesday
MS Dhoni once more took the mantle of driving the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) after Ravindra Jadeja chose to pull back from the initiative obligations in the continuous India Premier League (IPL) 2022. Jadeja’s spell as captain didn’t yield the ideal outcomes as CSK surrendered to progressive misfortunes which put them in the base portion of the IPL 2022 Points Table. Now that Dhoni is again in charge, CSK can be anticipated to be at the deadly best, something which was on show in the noteworthy 13-run win versus SRH in their last match.
With Dhoni’s return as captain, he is in line to break specific records with the bat. The previous Indian captain needs 6 additional races to turn out to be just the second captain after Virat Kohli in T20 cricket to score at least 6000 runs.
Dhoni right now has 5994 runs in 301 matches (185 innings) at a normal of 38.67, including 23 fifties. In his most memorable match as the head of CSK, the right-hand hitter scored 8 runs off 7 balls versus SRH.
Kohli drives the rundown with 6451 runs at a normal of 43.29 with 5 hundreds and 48 fifties in 190 matches (185 innings).
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Following Kohli and Dhoni is Team India and Mumbai Indians (MI) commander, Rohit Sharma. Rohit has up until this point scored 4721 runs at a normal of 31.05.
It will be fascinating to check whether Dhoni can arrive at the achievement against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in their next IPL apparatus on Wednesday.