Who Is Worst Captain In IPL?

In any form of sport, captains have a big impact on how well an outfit does. When it comes to leaders, the IPL has witnessed some of the finest, who have guided their teams to victory against great odds, as well as captains who had all the tools necessary to win the title but finished at the bottom of the standings.

Virat Kohli-  Why is he considered the worst captain?

Virat Kohli’s batting ability is undeniable. Along with holding all of the international records, he is now tied with Suresh Raina for the most runs scored in the history of the Indian Premier League.

He has amassed 4,735 runs, including 33 fifties and four hundred, with a strike rate of 130 or higher. And over 3,000 of these runs were made when the skipper was wearing the armband.

However, he wouldn’t be very proud of his win-loss record as a captain. The Royal Challengers Bangalore of Virat Kohli is in second-to-last place with the fewest points (4) after seven games at the halfway point of the 2018 IPL season.

In addition, he trails Adam Gilchrist in terms of record among captains who have participated in 50 or more games in the competition as of April 29. These two captains are the only ones in that bracket to have lost more games than they have won.

Kohli’s victory percentage (47.67) is the sixth poorest among 13 such captains if we apply that filter to 40 games. The winning percentages of every other captain, including Yuvraj Singh and David Warner, are higher than those of the RCB skipper.

Speaking of the eight active leaders in the current IPL, Kohli’s statistics are only superior to those of Dinesh Karthik of the Kolkata Knight Riders and Ajinkya Rahane of the Rajasthan Royals, who have each captained their teams for a total of eight games.

Ravindra Jadeja

Unfortunately, the new captain of CSK failed miserably since he entirely lost his way. He was terrible at motivating his followers, and his actions were simply offensive. This was a terrible performance from India’s top all-rounder since he could not put things together and his own quality completely declined.

Rohit Sharma

Perhaps this is being too harsh on India’s beloved hitman, but Rohit has only experienced pain during this tournament. His bat has not spoken, and his captaincy has not come together. Every action he has taken thus far has been suspect, and the kind of cricket he has played is unquestionably anything but a Rohit Sharma performance.

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