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MS Dhoni: Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been famous for his charismatic captaincy. He won the T20 World Cup, World Cup 2011 and ICC Champions Trophy to Team India on his own. Many gems have been sculpted in his crown. Dhoni saved the careers of many young players under his captaincy. Dhoni has always been famous for taking shocking decisions. Whether it is to give Joginder Sharma the last over in the T20 World Cup or Ravichandran Ashwin to get the last overs in the Champions Trophy. Every decision of his has brought victory to Team India.

1. Virender Sehwag

Virender Sehwag is considered one of the most dangerous openers in the world. The bowlers used to tremble when they came in front of him. Sehwag has been very famous for hitting boundaries. Sehwag had the ability to take wickets on any pitch. Sehwag has scored more than 8556 runs in 100 Test matches for the Indian team, including 23 centuries, but was dropped from Team India due to poor form. After this he retired, but in many interviews, Sehwag made many allegations against Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

2. Gautam Gambhir

Former India opener Gautam Gambhir has given India many big successes during his cricket career. He scored 75 runs in the 2007 T20 World Cup. At the same time, in the 50 over World Cup held in 2011, Gambhir scored 97 runs with his bat. Because of him, India was able to become the world champion. But he was never given the credit for this as much as he should have. Gautam Gambhir was always ignored under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

3. Parthiv Patel

Parthiv Patel made his debut in 2022 against England. At that time his age was only 17 years. He came to Team India before Mahendra Singh Dhoni. But after confirming Dhoni’s place, this player could never get a place in the Indian team. Patel had announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in 2020. After retirement, Parthiv Patel has started his innings as a commentator.



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