Rishabh is not the ball, Gambhir announces the best captain of the teams that reached the play-offs! – gautam gambhir says dhoni is not the 1 ipl pattern in ipl 2021

Highlight:

  • Gambhir says Dhoni is the best captain in the play-offs
  • Delhi Capital and CSK enter the top ranked
  • Kolkata decisions belong to video analyst

Dubai: Four teams are in the final of the 2021 IPL season. Each team completes 14 matches in the preliminary round. Teams that have consistently played and won so many games can be seen as a dusty game when it comes to the playoffs. Meanwhile, former India captain Gautam Gambhir is evaluating the captains of the teams that reached the play-offs.

The Kolkata Knight Riders have reached the play-offs after a stellar performance in the UAE edition of the IPL. But Gambhir says Morgan hasn’t done much as a captain. All instructions are provided by the video analyst. Gambhir, who is also a former KKR captain, said Morgan only looks at the video analyst.

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According to Gambhir, CSK captain MS Dhoni is the best captain in the play-offs. The best captain is the one who knows how to deal with stress. That is Dhoni. Rishabh got the ball by winning experienced players. Gambhir said that the presence of R Ashwin and others had benefited Rishabh as captain.

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Gambhir is also evaluating Virat Kohli’s captaincy. He had never enjoyed the captaincy of Kohli so much. Kohli is the best, but Kohli must have thought that this would be his last time as captain in the RCB. Gambhir also said that he had the best bowlers. The play-off matches will also be a platform to measure the excellence of the captains. The first qualifying match between Delhi Capital and Chennai Super Kings will be played on Sunday.

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