India skipper Virat Kohli paid tribute to MS Dhoni who retired on Saturday from international cricket. In a vieo post Kohli said, “I’ve always said this and I will say it again, you will always be my Captain.”
“Thank you for these moments skip. I couldn’t explain the mutual trust, respect and understanding we share better than these two videos I’m posting here today. The first one explains perfectly well who he is , selfless in the most intense moments….”
Kohli has played under Dhoni for a ver long time. He was also a part of the Indian setup that won the World Cup in 2011 and Champions Trophy in 2013.
“I’ve always said this and I will say it again, you will always be my Captain,” #TeamIndia Skipper @imVkohli pays his tribute to @msdhoni who announced his retirement from international cricket at 1929 hours yesterday.#ThankYouMSD pic.twitter.com/U6uWlow4lB— BCCI (@BCCI) August 16, 2020
Thank you for these moments skip.— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) August 16, 2020
I couldn't explain the mutual trust, respect and understanding we share better than these two videos I'm posting here today.
The first one explains perfectly well who he is , selfless in the most intense moments…. pic.twitter.com/DYWvJ9ojOv
Dhoni is the only captain in the world to have won all the three ICC trophies. He led India to World T20 in 2007, 50-over World Cup in 2011 and Champions Trophy 2013. He has won the most number of finals as a captain. He has led the Indian team six times in a final and has clinched the victory in four of them.
Dhoni is now the only player to have fininshed his career with an average of 50 and 10000 runs ODI runs. He is infact ahead of Sachin Tendulkar in this list.
India’ present captain Virat Kohli is at the helm in the list of batsmen with more than 10000 runs and have average of 50.