Gautam Gambhir Praises Virat Kohli, Says He Has A Winning Mindset
Former India opener Gautam Gambhir has applauded skipper Virat Kohli for having a winning mindset. He included that Sourav Ganguly and MS Dhoni had a protective mindset. “I support Virat’s decision of 5 bowlers. Look I’ve played a lot under MS Dhoni, Sourav Ganguly but all had that defensive mindset to draw test matches instead winning. Virat has a mindset of winning test matches either at home or overseas!” Gambhir stated, loading praises on Kohli.
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Gambhir had actually made his launching under Rahul Dravid and later on played under Dhoni. India did not have excellent record overseas and still, they have not begun winning on abroad soil regularly.
They did win a Test series in Australia in 2018/19 however have actually lost their previous 3 Test series in England, out of which 2 series defeat came under Dhoni while one series defeat came under Kohli in 2015.
He has a fantastic house record and India have actually simply lost one Test at house.
Under him, group India have actually ended up being the group to defeat in the house. The bowling department, which has as lots of as 3 lead pacers, is the very best in today age and include to it Kohli’s management abilities.
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India have won 29 out of 49 Test matches with Kohli at the helm, with a winning portion of 58.00 Virat had actually taken control of as full- time Test captain in 2014.
Talking of Gambhir, he retired from the video game in December 2018, playing his last match for Delhi versus Andhra Pradesh in Ranji Trophy. His last Test had actually come versus England in 2016 under Kohli.
In a worldwide profession spanning 12 years, Gambhir played 58 Tests and 147 ODIs scoring 4154 and 5238 runs, respectively. Gambhir likewise led India in 6 ODIs, leading the group to success in all the matches
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