MS Dhoni © Getty Images
MS Dhoni © Getty Images

India captain MS Dhoni completes 100 One-Day Internationals (ODI) wins as captain during ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, quarter-final 2 match against Bangladesh in Melbourne. Dhoni achieved this feat after his side beat Bangladesh by 109 runs. Dhoni has also now led India to victory in seven matches in a row and have now bowled the opposition out for the seventh time in a row. Match Report: India vs Bangladesh ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, quarter-final 2

Rohit Sharma scored a magnificent century to lead India to a memorable win, which puts them into the semi-final of the tournament. Dhoni is now third in the list behind Ricky Ponting and Allan Border as the most successful captain in the shorter format. Dhoni also led India to the World Cup triumph in the previous edition in India.  VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: Rohit Sharma 137

 

Captain M W L T NR W/L
Ricky Ponting 230 165 51 2 12 3.235
Allan Border 178 107 67 1 3 1.597
MS Dhoni 178 100 62 4 11 1.597
Hansie Cronje 138 99 35 1 3 2.829
Stephen Fleming 218 98 106 1 13 0.925
Graeme Smith 150 92 51 1 6 1.804
Mohammad Azharuddin 174 90 76 2 6 1.184
Arjuna Ranatunga 193 89 95 1 8 0.937
Sourav Ganguly 147 76 66 0 5 1.152
Imran Khan 139 75 59 1 4 1.271

Dhoni also took four catches in the match today and led his team admirably. India will now play either Pakistan or Australia in semi-final match depending on the outcome of tomorrow’s match. If everything goes in India’s favour, Dhoni will lead India to yet another World Cup final, which will be played on March 29 at Melbourne. VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: India innings

 

Captain M W L T NR W/L
Ricky Ponting 230 165 51 2 12 3.235
Allan Border 178 107 67 1 3 1.597
MS Dhoni 177 99 62 4 11 1.597
Hansie Cronje 138 99 35 1 3 2.829
Stephen Fleming 218 98 106 1 13 0.925
Graeme Smith 150 92 51 1 6 1.804
Mohammad Azharuddin 174 90 76 2 6 1.184
Arjuna Ranatunga 193 89 95 1 8 0.937
Sourav Ganguly 147 76 66 0 5 1.152
Imran Khan 139 75 59 1 4 1.271