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Captain Kohli reveals that observing MS Dhoni helped him evolve as a Captain

Captain Kohli reveals that observing MS Dhoni helped him evolve as a Captain

Indian Cricket team Captain Virat Kholi has always has spoken about how he had and will continue to look at MS Dhoni as his captain. He has an administration for MS Dhoni.
Recently kholi recently admitted that he picked up and learned all the leadership aspects from MS Dhoni. “Not really anyone before MS. I was always someone who kept talking to him about the game so even when I was really young, before I was made vice-captain, I would give him my suggestions.
“I love thinking about the game and that’s why I enjoy captaincy so much and I enjoy chasing totals so much – I love using my brain to figure out what needs to be done during the game. I’ve learned the most from MS, standing so close to him at slip so many times and just observing him at close quarters,” he told a leading sports magazine.
Well recently, announcing his decision to skip down as a Skipper from limited overs team, Ex-Captain Dhoni has said that he is looking forward to helps Kholi in every possible way from behind the stumps. It is quite clear the mutual administration is quite mutual here.
Speaking to leading English daily, a player from the Current cricket team reveals that the best part of their presence together is that they feel the other young player feel at home.
“Mahi bhai is very supportive of the young players coming into the team. Not even for a moment do you feel that you are entering into a team of champions. Even at the nets, you will see him always helping the bowlers. He guides them on how to prepare for a game from his own experience and what he has seen on the wicket. The best part is that when we walk out to field, after a couple of overs he will tell the bowlers exactly which are the areas to bowl on and how the bowler needs to work on his speed and variations. Similarly, Virat bhai likes to give the players freedom to express himself and not get bogged down by the pressure of representing the country,” he conculded.