Former India batsman VVS Laxman was all-praise for the former India captain MS Dhoni in his post on Twitter. The right-handed batsman said that MS Dhoni’s calling card was composure under pressure. Sharing a picture on Twitter, Laxman wrote,” Blessed with the rare equanimity of viewing cricket as a sport and not a matter of life and death, @msdhoni’s calling card was composure, especially under pressure. The 2007 World T20 triumph catalysed the stirring captaincy saga of a leader who talked through his deeds.”

MS Dhoni, who became India skipper in 2007, is the only captain in the world to win all three ICC trophies — inaugural 2007 World T20, World Cup 2011, and Champions Trophy 2013. The 38-year-old has played 438 international matches with more than 16,000 runs. In ODI cricket, he has scored over 10,000 runs at an average of 50+.

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On Monday, VVS Laxman has shared a picture of former India pacer and World Cup winner Zaheer Khan. “Daring to dream big & determined to chase those dreams, @ImZaheer‘s journey from tiny Shrirampur to the dizzy heights of success illustrated the strength of his character. His career-defining county stint at Worcester reiterated his desire to reinvent himself & shed comfort zones,” he wrote on the micro-blogging website.

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