Why Did MS Dhoni Put MS Dhoni In The List Of The Best Captains Of The Last 50 Years Of Cricket History, Know

Greg Chappell said that MS Dhoni is the best of all the Indian captains I have seen.

What MS Dhoni has given to Indian cricket is a matter of pride for every countryman. Dhoni reached the Indian team under his captaincy, which was not done by any captain before him. Those who like MS are present not only in India but all over the world as well as not only ordinary people, but also all the celebrities associated with the cricket world also like them. 

Now about MS Dhoni, former Australian cricketer and former coach of Team India, Greg Chappell has said that he is the most inspiring captain in the last 50 years with Australia’s Ian Chappell, Mark Taylor, West Indies Clive Lloyd and England’s Mitchell Brierley . When Chappell was the coach of Team India from 2005 to 2007, Dhoni was part of the team and it was the early days of his international cricket career. 

Greg Chappell said that Dhoni is among India’s most successful captains and he performed better than expected. He told that Dhoni likes to compete and I gave him a lot of challenges which he faced fiercely. At the same time, he said that I liked Dhoni’s humor. Let us tell you that MS had said goodbye to international cricket on August 15. 

Chappell said on his experiences with Dhoni that my experience as a human being and a cricketer was very positive. They are very open and frank and it is very easy to work with them. He said that Dhoni does not have fake modesty and says it with confidence if he feels that he can do this work. 

Regarding Dhoni, Chappell said that his most special thing was that he believed in himself and he looked different because of his self-confidence and impeccable methods. Chappell said that Dhoni did not believe in politics and he believed in straightforward dealing as well as giving his response in a polite manner. He said that MS is the best among all the Indian captains I have seen and I would put him in the highest rank of captaincy.