The great captain of the Indian team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, will always be remembered for his brilliant batting, superb captaincy and his exploits behind the wicket. Dhoni is considered the best captain of Team India. Under the captaincy of Mahi, the Indian team has won all three trophies to be organized by the ICC. Dhoni (Mahendra Singh Dhoni) is seen supporting the young players a lot on the field. Many players have told Dhoni’s HAATH behind the successes achieved in his career. In which legendary players like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are present. In this episode, now the star leg-spinner of the Indian team Yuzvendra Chahal has narrated a funny anecdote related to India’s best captain.
Dhoni has always been a leader for the team
As long as Mahendra Singh Dhoni kept playing international cricket. Till then he continued to play the role of a leader in the team. Whether he was the captain of the team at that time or not. His advice from behind the wicket and his quickness proved to be very helpful for the bowlers. Spin bowlers used to get a special advantage of this. The Kulcha pair of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav created a lot of buzz around the world with their spin bowling till Dhoni was behind the wicket.
After Dhoni’s departure, both the bowlers could not maintain that momentum and have been in and out of the team continuously. Both themselves have many times confessed to Dhoni being a big hand behind their successes. Now Chahal narrated an anecdote from the T20 match played on the South Africa (IND vs SA) tour in 2018, listening to which you will also think that maybe this is why Dhoni (Mahendra Singh Dhoni) is included in the world’s best captains.
It’s not your day, don’t worry
Yuzvendra Chahal has narrated the story of the match. Chahal proved to be the most expensive in that match. After Chahal’s poor bowling, you will not be able to believe what Dhoni (Mahendra Singh) told him after coming to him. During a conversation with R Ashwin, Chahal narrated this whole story. In ‘DRS With Aish’, Chahal said,
Mahi Bhai asked me to bowl round the wicket, and when I did, I ended up hitting a six off the very next ball. Then Mahi Bhai came to me, so I said to him- ‘Yes, Mahi Bhai what to do now?’ He told me – I have come to you just like that. I know today is not your day. You are trying hard, don’t think much, exhaust your quota of four, and chill
In that match, Chahal spent a total of 64 runs in his quota of 4 overs at a very expensive economy rate of 16.00. Due to this South Africa completed the huge target of 189 runs by the Indian team with 8 balls remaining.