The captains unlike other players of a cricket team plays a double role in a cricket match. He / she not only has to play as a player but also as a Psycologist in analysing the condition of the match and taking effective calls to win matches for the team.
Captains are legends and India proudly boasts for their great captaincy. The likes of Vijay Hazare, Srinivas Venkataraghavan, Sunil Gavaskar, Mohammad Azharuddin, Kapil Dev, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli along with other great Indian Captains have taken the Indian Cricket to great heights.
MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli are the two recent Indian Captains and considered the best but are typically different in their respective ways. MS Dhoni who always judges the game staying calm and Virat who enjoys the game with his celebrations.
We always talk about the Men’s cricket. But, do we also know that Indian women’s cricket team are now winning hearts of thousands with their play? The team is being led by captains like MSD and Virat in two different formats.
In this post, we would be talking about the women captains who are leading the Indian team in two different formats. These two captains in some way resembles MSD and Kohli in terms of their captaincy.
The two women captains about who we are talking about are Mithali Raj (Captain of One Day Format) and Harmanpreet Kaur (Captain of T20 Format). These two captains are completely different. Harmanpreet leads the team like that of Virat Kohli who has a motive and we know what strategies she applies for the game while Mithali Raj leads the team like that of M S Dhoni who is calm and definitely with some Strategies but makes it difficult for us to predict the same.
Both the captains leads the team from the front taking the team along with them ensuring that their players delivers the best for the team. It is always very easy for us to comment on the captaincy and their strategies, but believe me it is not that easy as it looks. Considering this, Indian Women Cricket team climbing high is worth appealing.
What do you think about the Indian Captains, are their strategies the best implemented or you have some suggestion to make. Comment your views below.