Gautam Gambhir Badly Trolled On Twitter For Calling Dhoni A “Lucky Captain”

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Gautam Gambhir Badly Trolled On Twitter For Calling Dhoni A “Lucky Captain”


Gautam Gambhir, the former Indian cricketer, is known for speaking his heart out but sometimes he attracts controversies also due to his straight forward attitude. Recently, the Delhi cricketer made a statement about India’s former skipper MS Dhoni in which he called the Ranchi cricketer lucky as he had a star-studded lineup which helped him in winning many trophies.

Dhoni is the only skipper who has won all the ICC trophies and Gambhir feels that it was Sourav Ganguly who did all the hard work of making a good team. Gambhir said that it was easy for Dhoni to win the 2011 World Cup as he had some great names of the cricket world such as Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, Yusuf Pathan, etc. in his team. When Gambhir was asked to compare the captaincy of Dada with Mahi, Gambhir said that Ganguly had to work pretty hard for tasting success in comparison to Dhoni.

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Gambhir even credited Zaheer Khan for Dhoni’s wonderful track record in the test cricket and for this, he once again praised Sourav Ganguly as it was he who brought Zaheer in the team. The Indian squad won 27 test matches out of 60 under Dhoni’s captaincy and in 2009, India climbed up at the top spot for the first time and remained there for 18 months. Zaheer Khan, the Indian pacer whom Gambhir called world-class bowler played 33 test matches under the leadership of Dhoni and took 123 wickets.

These comments didn’t go well with the fans of Dhoni as they felt that the left-handed batsman was trying to play down the talent of Mahi by calling him lucky. Here are some tweets in which netizems have bashed Gautam Gambhir left and right:

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MS Dhoni was supposed to lead Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 2020 but the tournament got postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic; nevertheless the reports suggest that it may take place in September-October this year.

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