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Kumar Sangakkara’s wicket-keeping world record broken

Indian captain MS Dhoni now holds the world record for effecting the most number of stumpings in international cricket,with 134 stumpings to his name,  The 33-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman overtook Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara when he stumped Mitchell Johnson off the bowling of off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin in the ongoing Test match against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

 

Player Country Matches Innings Stumpings
MS Dhoni India 389 460 134
Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka 450 (574) 485 133
Romesh Kaluwitharana Sri Lanka 238 270 101
Moin Khan Pakistan 288 327  93
Adam Gilchrist Australia 396 485  92
Kamran Akmal Pakistan 261 303  85
Ian Healy Australia 287 392  68
Mushfiqur Rahim Bangladesh 221 240  67
Bert Oldfield Australia 54 101  52
Nayan Mongia India 184 215  52

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  1. Wow! What a legend! That is
    Wow! What a legend! That is as classy as it can get! This alone should keep him in the test side for at least 30 years!
    PS: It was fairly easy keeping against Murali and Mendis, but it is helluva task to keep to legendary spinners like Ashwin and Jadeja.

  2. That’s great for Dhoni. Just
    That’s great for Dhoni. Just imagine what his stats were if he was a half decent gloveman in overseas Tests, especially outside the subcontinent where he was been woeful.
    The cleanest gloveman on that list is probably Ian Healy, although he if we were talking about sportsmanship, personality and popularity he maybe bottom of that list!

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