Can’t compare captaincy styles of MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma: Yuzvendra Chahal

Wrist-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal has created himself as a major resource in restricted overs cricket for Team India. In spite of the fact that the player hasn’t yet broken into the Test side, his exhibitions in ODIs and T20Is is something commanders bank upon, regardless of whether it is MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli or Rohit Sharma who is driving the group. Chahal got the chance to play under Rohit at the Asia Cup in Dubai as Kohli chose to take a break. With Dhoni continually driving from behind the stumps, Chahal has had the chance to gain from these three powerful pioneers yet with regards to a correlation, the 28-year-old says they all have altogether different styles.

Kohli is demonstrating why he is a standout amongst the most powerful pioneers in world cricket by taking the Indian group higher than ever. Dhoni’s accomplishments aren’t something that is mysterious to any cricket fan while Rohit likewise as of late sacked a major flatware as he drove the Indian group to Asia Cup triumph. Since Rohit’s triumph in Dubai, correlations of the trio are something that the fans have been caught up with discussing. At the point when gotten some information about the equivalent, Chahal told, “Every one of the three (Dhoni, Virat and Rohit) have diverse styles of captaincy. You can’t look at their captaincy styles”.

Chahal gave an understanding into how Dhoni’s expressions of exhortation and consistent prattle from behind the stumps has helped him improve as a bowler when all is said in done and plot expulsions of batsmen specifically circumstances. “I swing to Dhoni bhai at whatever point I am stuck in an unfortunate situation or need any exhortation amid a match,” Chahal said.

“Dhoni bhai has astonishing perception abilities. He can tell from behind the stumps that a bowler has an uncertainty or has inquiries by our non-verbal communication alone. At whatever point I am in uncertainty, he comes and takes care of the issue. Not simply me, different bowlers too take assistance from him. We as a whole are fortunate to have him in the group,” Chahal included.

In the Asia Cup, Dhoni was seen helping Rohit in the field changes or giving extra tips to bowlers, with one of them being to a great degree effective when a field change helped Ravindra Jadeja reject Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh in a split second. Talking about such occasions, Chahal included: “Amid the match, Rohit Sharma (remain in commander) was having a dialog with Dhoni bhai. Rohit bhai came and requesting that I bowl in the Powerplay. I took a gander at Dhoni bhai, he surged towards me and requesting that I bowl ‘stump to stump’. I did only that and caught Imam Ul Haq lbw.”

Dhoni and Chahal would both be next observed rubbing the shoulders in the ODI arrangement against West Indies, beginning October 21.

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