Mahendra Singh Dhoni set a new record in world cricket during the fourth ODI against West Indies as his lightning-quick stumping has set a new timing. Dhoni is an outstanding wicketkeeper and he proves it yet again with his stumping. In the 224-run victory over Windies, the former skipper bettered his own record of fastest stumping. Dhoni stumped Windies Keemo Paul in just 0.08 seconds to set a new record
It happened in during 28th over when the Windies batsmen were struggling big time and Keemo Paul was trying to build a partnership with skipper Jason Holder. Ravindra Jadeja bowled a tight ball which missed the edge of Paul's bat, but Dhoni's superfast hands picked the ball and he removed the bails in an instant. Jadeja was shocked with his Dhoni's inhuman stuff but Paul didn't wait for the umpire's decision and started walking.
Earlier, Dhoni's stumping was in just 0.19 seconds which he effected against Australian George Bailey in an at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The common thing in both the incidents is the bowler as in Bailey's departure it was also Jadeja who bowled the delivery.
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However, in the fourth ODI, while chasing 378, West Indies simply caved in against India's clinical bowling attack on what was a batting-friendly wicket to be bundled out for a paltry 153 in 36.2 overs.
The Indians dished out an impressive effort on the field, inflicting two run outs besides Rohit holding onto three fine catches in the slips.
This is India's third biggest win in the format. Their biggest-ever win in ODI remains the 257-run demolition of Bermuda in the 2007 ICC World Cup.