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“84 Runs In 14 Seasons”- Harsha Bhogle Shared An Amazing Stat About MS Dhoni Keeping In IPL History

The 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League is currently underway, and the first match of the tournament featured the Chennai Super Kings and the Kolkata Knight Riders. Famous commentator Harsha Bhogle was on air during the match, and he quoted one of the lesser-known stats about MS Dhoni during commentary.

Many fans would agree that MS Dhoni is one of the greatest wicket-keeper batters of all time. His batting and wicket-keeping are exceptional. While on commentary, Harsha Bhogle shared an interesting statistic about the legendary player. He was quoted as saying as follows:

“Just 84 runs through byes by MS Dhoni in 14 IPL seasons.”



This statistic shows how excellent the glovework of MS Dhoni has been. The wicket-keeper has only given away 84 runs in the form of byes while keeping for the IPL franchises in 14 seasons. He has played around 200 games and kept the wickets in the most of them, showing how excellent he has been with his glovework.

MS Dhoni giving up the captaincy of is truly the end of an era: Harsha Bhogle 

This is the first time ever in the history of the Indian Premier League that the Chennai Super Kings are playing a match, and MS Dhoni is not the captain. Just two days before IPL 2022, Dhoni decided to step down as the captain of the Chennai Super Kings team. He handed over the reins of the team to Ravindra Jadeja.

“We use the expression “end of an era” very loosely sometimes. But Dhoni giving up the captaincy of @ChennaiIPL is truly the end of an era for all those loyal fans with whom he forged a relationship of the kind very few have,” Harsha Bhogle tweeted reacting to Dhoni’s decision. 

It seems that Dhoni is enjoying his batting now as he scored a fifty for the Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2022 against KKR.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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