Aakash Chopra appreciated Dhoni:
Recently Virat Kohli-led team India was unable to emerge as the winner against New Zealand in the final of ICC World Test championship.
Now as after effects many things are going on like finding the reasons for failure, comments on the performance of players, etc.
Virat Kohli is most surrounded by comments, questions, and comparisons.
Now India faced defeat in the WTC final and merging all the records from the past it is concluded that till now India is unable to win any ICC tournament under Kohli’s captaincy.
Cricket fans and experts are also not lagging behind in comparing Virat Kohli with former captains of team India.
Now current India captain is compared with former India captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. A lot of praises are coming for Dhoni from the side of cricket fans and experts.
Dhoni proved himself a great captain as under his captaincy team India won:
- T20 World Cup in 2007
- 50-over World Cup in 2011
- Champions Trophy in 2013
Indian cricket commentator and former cricketer, Aakash Chopra appreciated Dhoni. He expressed his feeling for esteem for Dhoni on his YouTube channel while talking about ‘The DHONI FACTOR’ and ‘Indian CAPTAINS in ICC KNOCKOUT Matches’.
Aakash Chopra appreciated Dhoni and Chopra that strength of the team increased under the captaincy of Dhoni.
According to Chopra, Dhoni is the best captain in the world because he did not make changes in the team, thus there was no fear of insecurity in his time.
“Dhoni’s class has been that under him, the team has flourished. The few things I see that make Dhoni the best captain in the world is that he doesn’t make changes. He didn’t make anyone feel insecure in the team,” said Chopra
Aakash Chopra appreciated Dhoni and stated that in the team of Dhoni, players did not get changed right from the league stage to the knockouts.
According to Chopra, certain factors make the team win and those factors are- making the least mistakes, panic least, and consistency of the same 11 players without the feeling of insecurity in anybody’s mind.
“If you see his team from the league stage to the knockouts, the team and the protagonists have remained the same. He has always got players who make runs in the big encounters. When you reach the quarterfinals, semi-finals, or a final, the team that makes the least mistakes wins, the team that panics the least, and the team which consistently plays the same XI so that all players are secure in the end,” Chopra added.