Indian cricket team former captain Mahindra Singh Dhoni became the first and fourth wicketkeeper of India, who won this triumph after completing the wickets in the second one-day match against England.
England won the toss against India after their first innings in the match played in London and scored 322 runs in 7 overs in the overs over while performing a fantastic game.
Indian experienced wicketkeeper Mahindra Singh Dhoni continued his best performance behind the wickets, scoring 2 catches and one run but he made a record by Josh Butler on the third ball of 36th over.
India’s third innings with Mongia in 140 matches, 110 runs and former captain Rahul Dravid was with the third catch.
Australia’s Adam Gilchrist is ranked with 417 catches, with South Africa’s Mark Boucher’s 402 catches in second and Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sankarkara with 383 catches.
England captain, who performed the best batting show, finished the 12th match and made the record of more recordings of Marcus Trescothick’s more series.
Jourt has become the fourth highest batsmen in one-day cricket with England.
He broke the record of 4000 677 runs for former batsman Ellen Stewart, but the current captain Ian Morgan is headed by 5 530 runs, Bell made 5 thousand 416 runs, and another and former captain Paul Collingwood made 5, 92 runs.