In the Sydney ODI against Australia, Team India's legendary player Mahendra Singh Dhoni has done a wonderful record. Dhoni became the fifth player to score 10000 ODI runs from India. Dhoni achieved this feat only after making just one run in Sydney. Before them, Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli have also done this. In Sydney, Australia first scored 288 runs. In response, Team India went to bat in the field.
Indeed, Dhoni came in to bat at number 5 in Sydney and the important thing is that after 9 years, the innings started in the 4th over, batting to the ground. After completing a run here, he completed 10000 ODI runs for India. Dhoni achieved this position in 279 innings with the help of 9 centuries and 67 half centuries. His best score of 183 not out. Interestingly, in Sydney, Dhoni started the innings for batting within 4 o'clock. This happened after 9 years. Earlier, he had come here to bat in Dhaka in January 2010 against Sri Lanka in Dhaka.
Prior to Dhoni, four India ODI players have scored 10000 or more runs in ODIs. The first name is Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin scored 18426 runs in 452 innings. During this he scored 49 centuries. Sachin's best ODI score was 200 not out. While Sourav Ganguly is second in this list. Ganguly scored 11221 runs in 297 innings. He scored 22 centuries in ODIs. Rahul Dravid is third in the list with 10768 runs. Dravid achieved this position in 314 innings. Kohli is at number three position with 10235 runs.