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Dhoni can be of big help to Kohli’s lead
Oct 13, 2021, 3:31:00 AM

Dhoni can be of big help to Kohli’s lead

MS Dhoni will play a huge role for India’s push in the T20 World Cup as the team sets their eyes on the prize. The former cricket star will serve as the mentor of the team, which should be a big boost for Virat Kohli’s lead for the Men in Blue.

Kohli is on a quest to win his first ICC trophy as the T20 World Cup is set to be in India's eyes in the 2021 campaign. The captain wants to make history and join the long list of captains who won an international title for the team in the history of the Men in Blue.

The team is more ready for this contest than most people think. The Men in Blue brought in MS Dhoni as the team’s mentor which will surely have a great impact on the squad’s chances of winning the contest. This could even guarantee their chances at landing a title since Dhoni is known to be one of the best winners in the team’s history.

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It was 2013 when the Men in Blue last grabbed their ICC trophy and it came under Dhoni’s lead. The team has also won the 2007 edition of the World T20 and the 2011 ODI Cup under his guidance. His presence means a lot for the team and it should give them a better shot at winning the TWC.

Added support from Dhoni is a key factor in helping India get back into their groove after a few struggles and the unfinished tour of England (India leads series 2-1). His success may help the squad gain the upper hand in most of their rivals in the competition.

Dhoni as a mastermind along with Kohli should do wonders for India and even push them to the limit. They have been staged for five years, and this is the best time for the Men in Blue to show what they are made of.

This means that India has a greater chance to seal the deal and take the TWC trophy home. That will define Kohli’s legacy as a captain, and it also adds more emphasis on Dhoni’s value as well.

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Words: Paul Daniel Flores

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