Nasser Hussain Says Kohli could never be like Dhoni

Nasser Hussain Says Kohli could never be like Dhoni

Former England captain and one of the most popular commentators of our time, Nasser Hussain has spoken about the captaincy of Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In 2015, Virat Kohli became the captain of the Indian Test team. Get the responsibility of the ODI format in 2018. Taking the responsibility from Dhoni, Kohli is leading the team in his own style. Furthermore, Nasser Hussain says that Kholi could never be like Dhoni the Captain Cool.

“After Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s success, everyone wanted to be like Dhoni,” said Naser Hussain on the Star Sports show Cricket Connected. That I have to be calm, have a finisher, have a stable character. But Virat Kohli could never be a cool iceman.

Virat Kohli has led India in 55 Tests so far. India has won 33 of them, drawn 10 and lost 12. Virat Kohli is India’s most Test-winning captain. Captain Kohli’s Test winning rate is 80 percent.

 

Indian captain in Tests

Mahendra Singh Dhoni – 26 wins in 60 matches
Virat Kohli – 33 wins in 55 matches
Sourav Ganguly – 21 wins in 49 matches

Virat has captained India in 69 ODIs so far. Won 72 matches, winning rate 61.83 percent. None of the captains who have led India in more than 20 matches have won more than 60 percent.

 

Indian captain in ODIs –

Mahendra Singh Dhoni – 110 wins in 200 matches
Mohammad Azharuddin – 90 wins in 164 matches

Sourav Ganguly – 80 wins in 147 matches
Virat Kohli – 72 wins in 69 matches

Virat Kohli is also a successful captain in the shortest version of cricket. He led the team in 36 matches and won 22 of them. The winning rate is 85.61 percent.

 

Indian captain in T20

Mahendra Singh Dhoni – 41 wins in 72 matches
Virat Kohli – 22 wins in 36 matches
Rohit Sharma – 15 wins in 19 matches

Nasser Hussain thinks that the appetite for victory in all cases has established Virat Kohli as such a successful captain. ‘If you see Virat Kohli playing football in the morning. I fear for the other members of the team. Because Virat is desperate to win. With two legs he can tackle along the waist. Because he just wants to win. ‘