Hamilton: Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni adds another record to his credit in the current series with Newzealand. This match becomes the 300th T20 match he is playing and he is the first Indian to achieve this feat. MS Dhoni played a total of 96 matches for India, 175 matches in Indian Premier League, 24 in the Champions T20 League, 4 for Jharkhand, 1 one for the first class.

Standing first in the list is Windies all-rounder Pollard with 446 matches and others before captain cool include Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Shoaib Malik. Rohit Sharma with 298 matches and Suresh Raina with 296 matches are standing next to Dhoni. The former Indian team captain is performing well with his mark batting and wicket keeping the Newzealand series.

Talking about Dhoni in an interview another star player Yuvraj Singh said, "I feel his presence is very important in the decision-making. He has had a fantastic tournament in Australia, and it is good to see him hit the ball the way he used to do. I wish him all the best," he said. Dhoni is regarded as one of the most successful captains in Indian cricket, winning the 50-over World Cup in 2011 and the inaugural World Twenty20 in 2007.

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