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MS Dhoni joins Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly after match-winning knock in 1st ODI

MS Dhoni's unbeaten 59 took him past the 13,000-run mark in List A cricket, making him the fourth Indian batsman after Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid to do so.

MS Dhoni joins Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Sourav Ganguly after match-winning knock in 1st ODI
MS Dhoni ended the innings with 13,054 runs to his name in 412 List A matches. (AP Photo)
MS Dhoni again in India's ODI series against Australia in Hyderabad The wicketkeeper-batsman was unbeaten on 59 in the first two balls in the 49th over of 4 wickets.



Dhoni finished the innings with 13054 runs in 412 matches. Tendulkar has scored 21,999 runs in 551 matches with 15,622 runs at 43.47 and Dravid has scored 15,271 runs with 449 runs, which is the highest run scorer for the Indians. Virat Kohli followed Dhoni in the Indian team with 12,019 runs in 257 matches. England's Great Graham Gooch topped the list with 22,211 runs in 581 matches.
In addition to being the fifth Indian to cross 17,000 career runs in international cricket, Dhoni is also 33 runs away, the list includes 34,357 runs in 664 matches headed by Sachin Tendulkar.
On Saturday, India had lost the target of 238 to Australia in Hyderabad and in the middle of the 24th over, Dhoni joined Kedar Jadev in the middle and was all out for 99/4. This pair ensured that India does not waste any wicket and pays the innings on their retirement.
Jadev remained unbeaten on 81 runs. The second step, he added 100 runs with Dhoni, for the first time against Australia. Their unbeaten position against Australia and their best position in Hyderabad was the fifth best place.
Source - Indian Express
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