Ricky Ponting predicted: This player will become captain like MS Dhoni

Ricky Ponting predicted, one of the most successful captains of the Australian team, has given a big response to the captaincy of MS Dhoni. Dhoni is also one of the most successful captains in the history of Team India. Under his captaincy, Team India won the World Cup in T20 and ODIs. At the same time, Ricky Ponting compared a player to Dhoni. Which can prove to be like MS Dhoni in captaincy.

Ricky Ponting predicted, Compared this player with MS Dhoni

Ricky Ponting predicted statement cannot be taken lightly. He has made Australia the champion in cricket many times in his captaincy, due to which he keeps a close watch on cricket. He has compared Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) to England captain Ben Stokes. He said that he can prove to be the next Dhoni in captaincy. Ricky Ponting further said,

This player will become captain like MS Dhoni, Ricky Ponting predicted

“The first name that comes to my mind is former India captain MS Dhoni, who plays the role of a finisher in most T20 matches. Ben Stokes is also doing this in Test matches. Very few players in the history of the game have been able to do this, especially captains. I remembered the Headingley Test innings during Ben Stokes’ batting at Lord’s. Maybe everyone thought he would do it again because we had seen him do it before, but this time the runs were more.

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Ben Stokes caught everyone’s attention in the Ashes series

The 5-match Ashes series is being played between England and Australia. Even though England had to face defeat in 2 Test matches, but Ben St0kes has attracted everyone’s attention with his captaincy and batting.

He scored 155 runs in 214 balls in the second Ashes Test against Australia. His innings had brought England close to victory, but in the end had to face defeat by 43 runs. Earlier in the 2019 Ashes too, he scored an unbeaten 135 in Leeds to give England a one-wicket win.

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