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Team India turned into the T20 champion by winning the T20 World Cup in 2007. The team’s victory gave new hopes to all the cricket fans who were highly disappointed by the falling apart position of the team across the world. After the sad exit of Indian cricket team in the first round itself of the ODI World Cup, inquiries against the capacities of the senior players began rising.
26-year-old Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the new member of the Indian cricket team. His new thoughts, cricketing capacities, and devotion to accomplish something important were something that awed everybody and after that making him the skipper of the team came into the psyches of the board members.
At first, the thought behind making Dhoni the skipper was only a trial. Luckily, the cricketer did not disappoint anyone and ended up effective in enhancing the team’s position. While cricketers like Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan Singh, Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir were in the race of turning into the chief, MS Dhoni turned into everybody’s decision. While these cricketers were demonstrated entertainers, their capacity to lead the team was not on point.
Discussing his choice, Dhoni revealed that the senior players played an important part. Seeing his trustworthiness and devotion towards the game, viewers before long began putting their trust in him. At that point, there was no thinking back. In a matter of moments, he wound up prevalent among cricket fans as ‘Chief Cool’.
MS Dhoni revealing why he thinks he was chosen as the captain if the Indian cricket team, he said, “Maybe it was the honesty that I had, and my ability to read the game. Reading the game is very important, and even though I was one of the youngest in the team at that point of time, when asked about my views by a senior player, I was not afraid or hesitant to share my feelings about the game.”
Dhoni was always one of the best cricketers of the Indian cricket team and one of the reputable players of our country. India is proud to have such players.