MS Dhoni Becomes First Captain to Be involved in 4 Ties in ODIs

MS Dhoni has become the first captain to be involved in four One-Day Internationals (ODIs) ties. This feat was achieved as India tied the third ODI against New Zealand in Auckland on January 25, 2014.

New Zealand posted a total of 314 in their 50 overs on Saturday. Martin Guptill top-scored with 111 and Kane Williamson scored 65.            MS Dhoni Becomes

MS Dhoni’s first tied ODI was in the ICC World Cup 2011 against England in Bangalore. His second was also against England, but this time it was at Lord’s on September 11, 2011. His third tie came against Sri Lanka in Adelaide on February 2012.

West Indies’ Richie Richardson, Australia’s Steve Waugh and South Africa’s Shaun Pollock were involved in three ties each.

The tied game is the first between India and New Zealand in ODIs.

India have participated in seven tied games in ODIs – two each vs Zimbabwe and England and one each vs New Zealand, West Indies and Sri Lanka.


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