See the most memorable moments of Indian cricket
Today, we are telling you about the player of the Indian cricket team who stood at the other end of the crease and witnessed the memorable moments of Indian cricket.
These players are none other than Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former captain and wicketkeeper batsman of the Indian cricket team. So let us know which of the memorable moments Dhoni became witness to…
First! Sachin's double century
Mahendra Singh Dhoni was at the other end of the crease when Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar hit his first double century in the history of ODI cricket by playing an innings of 200 runs.
In that match, India batted first and scored 401 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in the prescribed 50 overs. For India, Sachin scored an unbeaten double century with the help of 25 fours and 3 skyscracked sixes off 147 balls.
Apart from Sachin, Dinesh Karthik 79 and Dhoni played a brilliant innings of 68 runs. In front of this big goal of India, the visiting team was piled up on 248 runs and India got this match by 153 runs.
Second! Six sixes of Yuvraj
In the 2007 T20 World Cup, when Yuvraj Singh hit 6 consecutive sixes in an over against England, Dhoni was also encouraging Yuvraj Singh by standing at the other end of the crease.
How to take 6 sixes
First ball- Yuvraj Singh sent the ball of Stuart Broad out of the corner from above the corner. The ball went out of the stadium. The length of the sixes was stated to be 111 meters in the TV replays
Second ball - The ball lying on the legs was sent by Yuvi through a forceful flick shot from above the backward square leg to the audience.
Third ball - The ball found on the line of the stumps, Yuvraj made it to the top of the extra cover. Third consecutive sixes.
Fourth ball - Stuart Broad chose to bowl round the wicket instead of over the wicket. But the ball went wide full toss which was sent by Yuvraj out of the boundary above the standing backward point.
After four consecutive sixes, there was a panic in the England camp. Captain Paul Collingwood and Stuart Broad gave long consultations.
Fifth ball - Broad did not benefit from talking with the captain. This time Yuvraj hit one knee on the ground and hit the ball over the midwicket. The ball went high in the sky and fell among the audience.
The entire stadium was submerged in noise and everyone was expected to hit six sixes in a row. Stuart Broad's face was completely flushed. Winds were also blowing on the faces of captains Paul Collingwood and Andrew Flintoff.
Sixth ball - One more six and 6 sixes in 6 consecutive balls was the first time in T20 cricket. This time Yuvraj sent the ball over mid-on for 6 runs. As soon as the ball hit the bat, it was clear that it was going for 6 runs. Yuvraj Singh became the first cricketer to hit 6 sixes in 6 consecutive balls in T20 cricket.
Third! Rohit's first double century
Dhoni was present at the crease with Rohit Sharma when Rohit Sharma, who was called the hitman of the Indian team, completed his first double century against Australia.
Rohit scored 209 runs in his fiery innings with the help of 12 fours and 16 sixes, facing 158 balls. With this, he also broke the record of all-rounder Shane Watson of Australia hitting 15 sixes in an innings. Rohit was the victim of Clint McKay in the last over of the innings.
In this match, India batting first scored 383 runs at the loss of 6 wickets. In response, the Australian team was piled on 326 runs and India won the match by 57 runs and won the series 3-2.
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