Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim hailed MS Dhoni as perhaps the best captain ever. Rahim further accepts that captains around the globe can admire Dhoni and take motivation from the former captain.
When the world thought, there could be no one like Adam Gilchrist, MS Dhoni changed the essence through his captaincy and batsmanship. In the wake of beginning as a bold batsman who hoped to toss the kitchen sink at the bowlers, Dhoni, in the wake of being selected as captain in 2007, mellowed down his animosity and turned out to be progressively reliable as a batsman, while additionally at the same time developing into a keen chief.
Rahim on Dhoni's captaincy
When he surrendered the captaincy in global cricket in late 2016, Dhoni had just driven India to three ICC competition titles. One 50-over World Cup, one WT20 and one Champions Trophy. He had engraved his name as probably the best player ever.
Obviously, the inheritance set by Dhoni has seen him being worshiped by numerous a cricketer and one among them is Bangladesh's wicket-attendant batsman Mushfiqur Rahim. The 33-year-old, who has driven Bangladesh in 94 matches across designs, uncovered that he considers Dhoni to be his object of worship and asserted that cricketers around the globe can admire the Jharkhand man with regards to administration.
“I’m fond of Dhoni’s captaincy. I believe his name should be there amongst the all-time greatest captains. He has an excellent sixth sense and can effectively make predictions about what’s in store. His cricketing sense is also outstanding. As a captain, Dhoni has a great win percentage as well,” Rahim said.
“There’s no major tournament that he hasn’t won. He is a skipper I like very much. Earlier I said that I didn’t have an idol. But now you can call Dhoni as my idol. Captains around the world can look up to him for inspiration.”