Suresh Raina names Rohit Sharma as next Dhoni, the skipper of Team India

By Bet Barter

July 29, 2020

MS Dhoni is without a doubt India’s best and embellished commander. He drove the nation without precedent for the 2007 T20 World Cup and didn’t think back from that point. Dhoni is as yet the main commander to have won all the ICC competitions; the T20 World Cup, 50-over World Cup and Champions Trophy.

He is additionally the primary skipper under whom India rose to the head of the ICC Test rankings without precedent for 2009. Obviously, many accept that supplanting MS Dhoni as the commander will be an intense assignment for Team India. Virat Kohli has made a heavenly showing as chief; however his exhibition in ICC competitions has left a ton to be wanted.

The truth will surface eventually how Kohli finishes his captaincy residency; and whether he figures out how to accomplish the accomplishments of his famous ancestor. However, until further notice, India batsman Suresh Raina, who is one of MS Dhoni’s dearest companions; accept that Rohit Sharma is the person who is nearest to the previous India commander as far as captaincy.

Suresh Raina has ample belief in Rohit Sharma’s capability

Raina trusts Rohit has stunning accreditations as skipper. The left-gave batsman, who has played under Dhoni for India and in the IPL under CSK; and furthermore under Rohit at the 2018 Nidahas Trophy, considered the initial batsman the “following MS Dhoni”.

Indeed, Rohit do have the record to demonstrate his captaincy accreditations. He is the best commander in IPL, having driven Mumbai Indians to 4 titles in only 7 years. He has likewise done well as commander in universal cricket at whatever point he found the opportunity. In 2018, he directed the Men dressed in Blue to wonder in the Nidahas Trophy and the Asia Cup.,

Up until this point, Rohit has driven India in 10 ODIs; winning eight of them and 20 T20Is, of which the group has won 16. Raina further said Rohit’s atmosphere normally permits players under him to flourish.

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