Since India the World Cup Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand, questions are asked Virat Kohli’s leadership as Team India has not won a single ICC tournament under its captaincy.
The equations are made with former India’s skipper MS Dhoni, who was probably the most successful leader of the Indian cricket team. Under his leadership, the ‘Men in Blue’ won the T20 World Cup in 2007, followed by the 50th World Cup in 2011 and the 2013 Champions Trophy.
Respond to the same comparison, former India opener Aakash Chopra reveals why MSD was a better captain than the rest. He reckons Dhoni did not make too many changes, which ultimately never made anyone unsafe in the team.
‘Dhoni’s class was that the team thrived under him. The few things that make Dhoni the best captain in the world are that he does not make changes. He did not make anyone feel unsafe in the team, “he said. says Chopra on his Youtube channel while talking about The DHONI FACTOR and Indian CAPTAINS in ICC KNOCKOUT Matches.
The cricketer who turned out to be a cricketer claimed that the confidence the born Ranchi showed in his sons has led to great players performing in important stages and crisis situations. Chopra said when a team reaches an elimination stage in an ICC event, the team that has consistently played the same XI has a better chance of winning the event.
‘If you look at his team from the league stage to the knockout, the team and the protagonists have remained the same. He has always had players running in the big encounters. If you reach the quarterfinals, semifinals or a final, the team that makes the fewest mistakes wins, the team that is the least panicky and the team that consistently plays the same XI, so that all players are safe in the end. ” Chopra added.