The second T20 international against England became a memorable one for former skipper MS Dhoni as he achieved many feats during the game in Cardiff. Playing his 500th international match, the veteran warhorse etched another record against his name as he becomes the first player in the world to play a maximum number of T20 international matches without being adjudged LBW. Also Read - MS Dhoni Retires: 'Thank You Captain For Giving us Countless Opportunities to be Proud', How Political Leaders Reacted to Dhoni's Retirement
The 37-year old is in the top of the list of players, he has so far played 80 T20I matches without being adjudged leg before wicket. Bangladesh’s star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is at the second spot behind Dhoni while his compatriot Mahmudullah is at the third spot. Also Read - Mahendra Singh Dhoni's International Career in Numbers
Former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara is at the fourth spot in the list. Also Read - Virat Kohli 'Tips Hat' to MS Dhoni After Former India Captain Announces International Retirement, Says 'World Has Seen Achievements, I've Seen The Person'
In the second T20I against England, the experienced Dhoni clobbered 22 runs in the final over which lifted India from a precarious 22 for three to 148 for five in testing conditions in Cardiff.
Skipper Virat Kohli top-scored with 47 against a much-improved England bowling, but it was Dhoni’s effort that gave India’s total a semblance respectability.
Dhoni remained unbeaten on 32 off 24 balls with the help of five boundaries.
Earlier, Eoin Morgan won the toss and invited India to bat first. The visitors lost the opening duo of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan and last game’s centurion KL Rahul, with just 22 runs on the board.