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Gautam Gambhir said Kohli, Dhoni and Rohit are better captain, the answer is shocking

Friends, former veteran and World Cup 2011 hero Gautam Gambhir has now retired from cricket and is making a career in politics. Although he continues to participate in sports activities even today. During World Cup 2019, he was quite active.

During the tournament, Gautam was seen giving many important suggestions to the team. With this, even if there was any shortage, he kept his opinions in vain. Some time ago when ESPNcricinfo was talking to Gautam, he asked many questions related to cricket, which he gave beautifully.

During the conversation, Gautam Gambhir was questioned, who is the best captain of Kohli, Dhoni and Rohit? Answering this question, Gambhir said, "I think Rohit is the best captain. Because in IPL he has won his trophy four times and if Rohit is talking about IPL, Rohit is the most successful captain. He also said that in the Asia Cup, Rohit had captained and won it so that he can become the captain of the Indian team after Virat.

Gautam further said that you can not compare Virat Kohli with Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni, he is a four-time and three-time IPL champion, while Kohli has not won the IPL. That is why they can not compare them with captaincy. Rohit is now at the top and I think the entire country is aware of it.

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