Bristol, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former India captain, has made another record in his name. He achieved this position in the third and final match of the three T20 matches against England being played in Bristol. This is his 93rd T20 International match.
On Sunday, he completed the half-century by catching Jason Roy on the ball of Deepak Chahar. On the other side, West Indies’ Dinesh Ramdin has caught 34 catches. South Africa’s Quinton de Kock has 30 catches. Roy played 67 balls for 31 balls in this match.
Dhoni then caught Eoin Morgan off the mark with 51 deliveries. Dhoni did not stop here He took a total of five catches in this match and provided the number of his total catches up to 54. Along with that, Dhoni also became the first wicketkeeper to catch five catches in the T20 International match.
Talking about the biggest victim behind the wicket in the T20 International, Dhoni is also on top of this list. They have 85 victims of total. There are also 33 stumps in it. Kamran Akmal of Pakistan is second with 60 (28 catches and 32 stumps).