Over the years, the Indian cricket staff has been blessed with some wonderful captains. Based on numbers the likes of Mohammed Azharuddin, Sourav Ganguy, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli are essentially the most profitable Test captains of India. Two out of the 4 – Dhoni and Kohli – have captained India for lots of video games when MSK Prasad was the chairman of selectors. Prasad, who was changed by former India spinner Sunil Joshi because the chief selector a few months in the past after the previous’s time period ended, explained the distinction in captaincy between present India captain Virat Kohli, former India skipper MS Dhoni and India vice-captain Rohit Sharma. While Kohli-led India has been dominant throughout codecs over the previous couple of years, India gained three ICC titles together with the 2011 World Cup underneath MS Dhoni’s management.
Rohit, who has additionally led India when Kohli is rested or injured. Under his management India gained Asia Cup in 2018 and the Nidahas T20I tri-collection in Sri Lanka. was not too long ago voted as essentially the most profitable captain of the Indian Premier League to this point, having already gained 4 titles as skipper.
Speaking in an interview with Fancode, the previous India cricketer-turned-selector mentioned: “If you look at fundamental styles, leadership has got so many different styles, these three are three different guys and I am sure all three are equally good.”
Delving deeper into the three captains, Prasad mentioned that whereas Dhoni is cool and collected on the sector, Virat likes to make issues clear on what he needs from his staff.
“They are three guys who have three different styles. Mahi is absolutely cool, you never know what is there in his mind until it is executed, he’s very very cool, and very very accommodative whereas Virat is pretty clear. He’s at you all the time, he’s very clear in his mind what he wants,” he mentioned.
Speaking on Rohit, Prasad mentioned that he’s accommodative like Dhoni and likes to suppose from a participant’s place. “If you are talking about Rohit, he’s more of an accommodative sort of a guy. He definitely has that empathy towards other players and he thinks from their hats,” he mentioned.