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Starc’s wife surpasses Dhoni’s dismissal record in T20


Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is undoubtedly one of the finest Wicketkeeper in the world. The former skipper so far had the record of highest number of dismissals for men and women in the International Twenty20. However, his record has been surpassed by Alyssa Healy, the wife of Australian star pacer Mitchell Starc. He currently holds the highest dismissal in the International Twenty20.

Starc's wife surpasses Dhoni's dismissal record in T20

Alyssa Healy, who is currently the wicketkeeper-batsman of the Australian women’s cricket team. She made two stampings in the second T20 of the ongoing series against New Zealand.Through this he created a new record. This was his 92nd dismissal in international cricket specially in the shortest format.The wicketkeeper-batsman has reached the milestone in her 99 matches.

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Meanwhile, Dhoni has made 91 dismissals in the International Twenty20, including catches and stumpings. He has so far taken 56 ​​catches and 34 stamped outs in shortest format. On the other hand, as a wicketkeeper, Healy has taken 42 catches and 50 stumped outs in the same format. As a result, Healy now holds the record for most dismissals in the International Twenty20, including men’s and women’s cricket.

Dhoni has retired from international cricket a few weeks ago. Currently he is playing in the Indian premier League IPL. Dhoni playing the role of skipper of Chennai Super Kings ( CSK). CSK started the 13th edition of IPL with a win against the mighty Mumbai Indians. But unfortunately, they experienced back to back defeat in their last two matches.

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