Who was the Indian cricket captain in 2006?
Mithali Raj became the first WT20I captain in 2006 against England at Derby.
Who is the No 1 captain in Indian cricket team?
Considered as best captain of India, MS Dhoni-led Blue Army in 200 matches out of which India won 110. Suresh Raina’s captaincy debut came on the 2010 tour of Zimbabwe. The southpaw was appointed as a skipper only for two series between 2010-14. Under his captaincy, India bagged six wins and suffered five losses.
Who is God of IPL?
Former India captain MS Dhoni is undoubtedly one of the legends of the game and has inspired many cricketers, not just in India but all around the world. Indian wicketkeeper-batsman and Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant is one such cricketer inspired by Dhoni, to the point that he revers him like a ‘God’.
Who is No 1 captain in cricket?
A clever captain and a probably one of India’s biggest cricketing stars, MS Dhoni led India to 3 ICC titles (2007 World T20, ICC World Cup 2011, 2013 Champions Trophy) which no captain in the world has ever done before. He is known to have a brilliant cricketing brain and is known as ‘Captain Cool’.
Who is best Dhoni or Virat?
Virat is the better Test captain, but across formats, it’s Dhoni.” Kohli has captained India in 95 ODIs, winning 65 matches and losing 27 with one tie and two no result. He has led India in 45 T20Is, winning 27, losing 14, 2 ties and 2 draws.
Who is worst captain in India?
Going by numbers, Kevin Pietersen is the worst captain in the Indian T20 League wherein he has led in 17 games, winning just thrice and losing 14 times. The Australian limited-overs captain has also had his share of captaincy stint in the Indian T20 League.
Who is best finisher in cricket?
As a result of his ability to power the ball to all parts of the ground and his excellent temperament, Jos Buttler is currently the best finisher in world cricket. Jos Buttler is a batsman who can play all around the field, making his skill set unique. A 360-degree batsman, in cricket jargon, would describe him.