'Dhoni never compromises on these two things in cricket..,' reveals former fielding coach

New Delhi: Former Team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has taken Indian cricket to a new level. Dhoni, who made his debut in December 2004, took charge of Team India after three years. As soon as he became the captain, he won the T20 World Cup in the first year i.e. 2007. After this, he won the 2011 ODI World Cup. Also won the Champions Trophy.

Let me tell you that, Sourav Ganguly had given Team India the chance of victory, which Dhoni won the ICC tournaments and reached the peak. Dhoni is known as Captain Cool, but there were two things that he never compromised on. This was revealed by former India fielding coach R Sridhar. These two things were fielding and running between the wicket. Sridhar said "Dhoni led from the front in fielding when he was the captain. His running between the wickets was an eye-opener for me.'' Dhoni often said, ''I never compromise on two things. It's fielding and running between the wickets. And it's still going on today.'' The way he emphasized fielding. It was also carried forward by Virat Kohli. Ravi Shastri (former coach) also always said that only the best 11 fielders will play in the team.

Sridhar further said "I have also had a few fielding sessions with Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Siraj and Mohit Sharma. They were a good fielder along with the fast bowler.'' At the same time, the fielding of Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, and Manish Pandey must have been enjoyed by the fans. Sridhar was appointed team India's fielding coach in 2014. At that time Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the captain of India. Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket on August 15, 2020. Now he only appears to play in the IPL.

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