Bangla Hunt News Desk: Under the leadership of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni), several cricketers made their debut in the Indian cricket team (Team India). Later they became even brighter under the leadership of Virat Kohli. In Rohit Sharma’s Indian team, these cricketers now have the power to single-handedly turn the tide of a match. These outstanding players have played the role of match winners at crucial times. These players got their chance in the team by performing well under Dhoni’s captaincy, later improved under Kohli’s captaincy and are now the lifeblood of Rohit’s side.
Ravindra Jadeja: Was a teammate of Virat Kohli in the U-19 World Cup. Jadeja started playing for CSK under Dhoni’s captaincy after doing well in the IPL and domestic cricket. In 2009, he got the opportunity to debut in limited overs for India under the captaincy of Dhoni. Later, by 2012, Jadeja also got a place in Tests. At the time, no one would have believed Jadeja to be a world-class all-rounder, but under Kohli’s captaincy, Jadeja has improved his game a lot in the last three years. He is currently one of the best all-rounders in the world. He has the ability to perform best in 3 formats, batting, bowling and fielding.
Mohammed Shami: Dhoni made his ODI debut as captain in 2012. He bowled brilliantly against Pakistan in the first match. His seam position and quick pace earned him a place in the Test team as well. However, Shami’s performance improved further under Virat’s captaincy. Now he is the main pacer in Rohit’s team.
Ravichandran Ashwin: Over the past decade, he has become a legend for the Indian team, especially in Test cricket. His stats are proof of his success. He has played 92 matches in the white jersey of India, taking 474 Test wickets so far at an average of around 24. Although Dhoni gave him the first chance, he proved his worth overseas under the leadership of Kohli. And now he is the trump card in Rohit’s hand.
Hardik Pandya: Hardik Pandya, who once played the role of a finisher in the Indian team, performed brilliantly in the IPL and took the opportunity to play in the ODI format as well. Along with bowling, he could also bat very well. Hardik Pandya made his debut under Dhoni’s captaincy. Initially, Hardik was sent to bat in the lower order. After that, he became one of the biggest hopes of the team under the leadership of Kohli. But now his responsibility has increased a lot in Rohit’s team. He has also captained both formats. He is no longer just a power hitter, but also has the ability to create innings when the team needs it. Also, he has the ability to bowl in the middle overs and even in the death overs with the new ball as per the needs of the team.