Tuesday, December 21st, 2021

India’s best cricket team captains:

Cricket has always been a centre of Indian sports. Indian cricket team is considered as one of the best cricket teams in the world. It has many successful names of all time. Today, we are talking about the best Indian cricketers so here we go.

  • MS Dhoni:

MS Dhoni was the captain of Indian national team and is considered as the best player of cricket in the world. Under his leadership, India succeeded in Asia Cups of 2010 and 2016, ICC World Twenty20 (2007), ICC Champions Trophy (2013) and ICC Cricket World Cup (2011). He is considered as the king of limited-over formats, he has made approximately 10,000 or more runs in One Day Internationals. Not only that, there are thousands achievements of Dhoni in the world of cricket.

  • Sourav Ganguly:

He is the former cricket player of Indian-Bengali team and was also the captain of Indian team. He has played in different tournaments of India such as Duleep and Ranji trophies. After the resignation of Sachin Tendulkar, he became the captain of Indian team. Under his leadership, Indian cricket team’s rank went to second position from the eighth. He is currently the member of Indian Premier League.

  • Mohammad Azharrudin:

Former cricket player of India and a politician, Mohammad Azharrudin, was a captain of Indian cricket team in 1990s. He performed very well as a captain.

He scored 199 runs against Sri Lanka and was  known as the Wisden Cricketer of the year in 1991. Later, he joined National Congress party in 2009.

  • Kapil Dev:

He is a former cricket player of India. He is considered as one of the best all-rounders and captains of India. Under his captaincy, India succeeded to get the Cricket World Cup (1983). He is the first cricket player of India that managed to take 200 wickets in ODI. He has made approximately 5000 runs and taken 434 wickets in test matches. Later, he joined ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

We believe that new generation will also take part in cricket and will make this incredible land proud. Jai Hind!

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