Virat Kohli's T20I journey as captain is better than Dhoni's

Sep 17, 2021

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

Team India captain Virat Kohli has announced his resignation from T20 international captaincy.

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On Thursday, he mentioned on social media platforms that he had...

...an “immense workload” as captain of the team for all three formats.

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Kohli would be the team captain for one last time in T20 Internationals in the upcoming world cup.

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Succeeding M.S Dhoni, Kohli took over the position of captain in 2017.

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The winning rate in T20s under Dhoni’s captaincy was 45 percent whereas,...

...under Kohli’s captaincy it stood at 58.46 percent.

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The losing ratio has also comparatively been low under Kohli’s captaincy as compared to Dhoni’s.

Kohli’s losing percentage stood at 24.61, whereas Dhoni’s percentage was 30.

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Kohli played 65 T20I matches overall as the skipper of the Indian team.

Out of 65, the team won 38 matches, lost 16 matches and tied 11.

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Kohli hammered 1,502 runs as a captain of the team in T20 international matches.

He is second to Australia’s Aaron Finch who has scored 1,589 runs so far as captain.

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Virat has overall played 90 T20 international matches so far and...

...has scored 3,159 runs with a strike rate of 139.04

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