It is exciting to see certain trends being followed up in cricket. The coincidences of what happens on the cricket field can sometimes turn out to be bizarre too and at times can be very captivating. You must be wondering what trends or coincidences we are referring to; well, these are a few happenings that have been common on two or more occasions during the historic moments of Indian cricket. If the point is still not clear, read on to find out what these 5 amazing coincidences of Indian cricket are.
1. MS Dhoni- The Greatest Non-Striker?
The world knows MS Dhoni to be the best finisher and one of the cleanest hitters of the cricket ball. But the Indian ODI skipper has had the privilege to be the best non-striker too. He has been lucky to have witnessed some great moments of batting exploits from the best position in the ground – the non-striker end. During the World T20 match against England in 2007, when Yuvraj created history by hitting 6 sixes in an over, it was MSD who was at the other end watching the carnage. When Sachin created the record of being the first man on the planet to score an ODI double ton, it was again MS Dhoni witnessing history. Later when Rohit Sharma struck his maiden double ton in ODIs, Dhoni again was the best spectator at the non-striking end.