One-Day Internationals (ODIs) is one of the three types of international cricket played today. These games were where Dhoni made the biggest difference with not involving in many cricket match fight. Dhoni’s top 10 scores in One-Day Internationals will include all ten of his centuries. These are the top 10 scores he has made in One-Day Internationals so far.
- Mirpur, Bangladesh, 101* (2010) –
This competition took place in Bangladesh. It was part of a tournament with Sri Lanka and India. India and Bangladesh were the other two teams that were in the tournament. Since Sri Lanka has already beaten both India and Bangladesh, this will be the third and last match in the series. India was in a dangerous situation when their score was 51-3 and they were trying to reach a huge target of 297. Dhoni and Virat Kohli, on the other hand, took control of the situation after that. They put up 152 runs together, and Dhoni stayed in the game until the end, scoring 101 not out.
- Nagpur, India, 107 runs versus Sri Lanka (2009) –
Five of the one-day international matches between India and Sri Lanka that took place in 2009 were held in India. This was the second match of those two. At the start of the game, India was ahead of Bangladesh by one goal. After a bad start (they were down 19-2 and 81-3 when Dhoni took over), India was able to get on the scoreboard in the end. Even though Dhoni played until the end and scored 107 runs, India’s total score of 301 was not enough to stop Sri Lanka from reaching its target during the chase.
- Karachi, 109*, vs Hong Kong (2008)
This match was part of the 2008 Asia Cup. As expected, the two people did not work well together in the end. India’s total of 374/4 came from Dhoni’s 109 runs (one run was earned) off 96 balls and Suresh Raina’s 101 runs (one run was earned) off 68 balls. At the end of the game, when the score was 256 runs, India won.
- 113* in Chennai versus Pakistan (2012) –
Dhoni became an expert in a certain area during his time playing One-Day Internationals (ODIs). Dhoni wouldn’t leave the wicket when the top order or the first half of the batting order was taken out for nothing. This is why the team’s total was always respectable, even when they lost the top order or the first half of the batting order.
They were in that situation at the time. India’s score was 29-5 at the end of the tenth over, thanks to a great bowling performance by Junaid Khan. When Dhoni came in, his team was already behind by five runs, but he quickly put together partnerships of 73 and 115 runs with Raina and Ravichandran Ashwin, respectively. India’s final score of 227-6 was quickly caught up to by Pakistan thanks to Dhoni’s not-out score of 113.
- Nagpur 124 (2009) –
India was the first team to bat in this match. When Dhoni entered the game, the score was 97–3. When he and Gautam Gambhir first began working together, they were careful. But when he started working with Suresh Raina, he changed gears and became more aggressive. India was able to win the match easily because of his 124 runs.
- Cuttack (134) vs. England (2017) –
Most of all, the match was special because Yuvraj Singh, whose fitness had dropped after he was diagnosed with cancer, made a triumphant return to form. After a string of great games on the local circuit, he was brought back to the national team and scored a 150 in his first game back. He had been playing in the local scene before. Dhoni did a great job helping Kohli, and the two of them led India to a 381-6 win over their opponents after they were behind by 25-3. In the end, India beat Pakistan by 15 runs.
- Mohali scored 139 runs against Australia (2013) –
When Dhoni joined the game, his team already had a huge lead of 76-4. He was asked to keep the innings steady, which he did by making 139 runs without being out (*). He was part of two very important teams with Kohli and Ashwin. When Australia only had four wickets left and needed 44 runs to win in the last three overs, India’s final score of 303 seemed to be more than enough. The game took place in Australia, and Australia won the match with a 30-run victory.
- Match against Africa XI, in Chennai- scored 139 runs without being out (2007) –
The International Cricket Council set up a One-Day International (ODI) series between an Asia XI team and an Africa XI team. There were three games in the series. Asia XI already had a 2-0 lead over their opponents before the third game started. Dhoni came into the game when the score was 72–5, and he and Mahela Jayawardene were responsible for 218 of the team’s runs. Each of them reached the 100-year mark in their lives. At the plate, Dhoni scored 139* runs, and Jayawardene scored 107.
- Vs Pakistan, 148. (2005) –
This inning was a clear and audible sign that Dhoni was about to show up on the world stage. Before this, he had played four innings, but he hadn’t done anything important. But because he won so many games at home and in India-A, people in both places knew about his skills. During his innings, Dhoni hit the ball in many different directions, which helped India win the match.
- Game against Sri Lanka, In Jaipur, scored 183 runs (2005) –
Dhoni got his second century in a One-Day International exactly six months after he got his first. After Sri Lanka set a tough target of 299 runs, India lost their first wicket in the first over, and Dhoni came in at number 3. At that time, though, everything was about Dhoni. Even on the first few balls he hit, he was able to hit sixes. India’s goal of 299 runs was easily met because Dhoni scored 183 runs without being out.
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