Quick Answer: Who is the captain of Indian cricket team in 2007 World Cup?

Rahul Dravid was the captain of the 2007 World Cup which saw one of the lowest lows in the history of Indian cricket as they crashed out in the group stages after losing to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Who is No 1 captain in cricket?

Indian captain Virat Kohli became the first captain to win an ODI series in South Africa after a 5-1 victory in the series against South Africa. ICC also named Kohli as captain of the World Test XI and ODI XI in 2018. Besides his immense talent, he is also the highest-paid cricketer in the world right now.

Who is king in cricket?

Virat Kohli is the captain of the Indian Cricket team and of the IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore. He is regarded as the one of the best batsman in the world and is also known as the king of cricket.

Who is best Dhoni or Rohit?

He has 110 wins in 188 matches – most by any captain in the history of IPL. Though Rohit has more IPL titles as captain (5) than Dhoni, Gavaskar picked the former India captain as the leader of his side.

Who is dangerous batsman in IPL?

AB de Villiers

AB de Villiers is regarded as the most dangerous batsman in IPL history for his finishing capabilities with the bat. He has a strike-rate of 151.23 in this tournament and has scored 3 hundred & 33 fifties.

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How many runs does India need to win?

India now need 420 runs to win the first Test in Chennai. Sundar comes to ball after 45 overs in England’s second innings. England aren’t willing to declare despite taking a lead of 418 runs which makes Kohli use all his bowlers. OUT!

Who won the 2003 ICC World Cup?

Who hit longest six in IPL?

Top 10 longest sixes in IPL matches from 2008 to till date

  • Adam Gilchrist – 122 meters. …
  • Robin Uthappa – 120 metres. …
  • Yuvraj Singh – 119 metres. …
  • Gautam Gambhir – 117 metres. …
  • Ben Cutting – 116 metres. …
  • MS Dhoni – 112 metres. …
  • AB de Villiers – 111 metres. …
  • David Miller – 110 metres.
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