With his courage and passion for the game, Kohli very quickly made a name for himself as the king of cricket. Since his arrival in International cricket, Virat Kohli has been in the spotlight ...
Richards took the baton of captainship from the great Clive Lloyd after he announced retirement in 1985. Among captains who have led in a minimum of 50 Tests, Richards’ record as captain is next only to Steve Waugh’s and Ricky Ponting’s with a win percentage of 54%.
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Ricky Ponting is an Australian ex-cricket team captain and is regarded as the highest winning captain with 220 victories in 324 matches which is a win rate of 67.91%. Rick has led Australia to two World Cup victories and was also their highest run-scorer in ODIs and Tests.
Recently, Virat Kohli announced that he will resign from his T20 captaincy after the 2021 T20 World Cup. Earlier, there were rumors about this, but now Virat himself has stopped the issue by learning about it. Virat’s decision has sparked a debate about the successes and failures of his T20 captaincy. But the numbers are on Virat’s side, acknowledging his success.
Sourav Ganguly led India as captain in a period when the match-fixing scandal that shocked the world happened. He had two jobs do: 1) make fans believe in cricket again and 2) make India a reliable team.
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Recently, Chris Gayle, the king of T20 cricket, has crossed 13,000 runs. The country that legends like Clive Lloyd and Sir Viv Richards were proud of is now hard to find. The greed for T20 leagues around the world has been blamed for pushing away talented players. Gayle’s record as captain was much worse than Lara’s.
Anurag Verma. "Virat Kohli is the King of the Seven Kingdoms." If you've ever laid your eyes on cricket team captains posing for an ICC Cricket World Cup tournament photograph, chances are, you've seen them in a mood that means serious business. Their body language is one that is suave and their faces hardly displaying any emotions.