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As a leader, it is important to win the trust of the players: Dhoni said – When you become loyal to the players, then the performance of the team will be better.


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Dhoni has played 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20s for India.

Former World Cup winning captain of the Indian team, MS Dhoni, says that as a leader, it is important for you to respect the players, unless you understand them, it is difficult to win their trust.

Dhoni said in a program of Single ID Company, respect of players does not come from your position but from action. Don't try to get respect but earn it, because it is very natural. Once you have that loyalty, the team's performance will also be the same.

Sometimes you don't believe in yourself – Dhoni
Dhoni said- I always felt that it is important to earn respect as a leader, because it does not come with a chair or position. It comes with your action. Sometimes, even if the team believes in you, you are really the first person who won't believe in yourself.

Dhoni retired from international cricket on 15 August 2020.

Dhoni retired from international cricket on 15 August 2020.

It is important to know the strengths and weaknesses of the players
Dhoni said – The first step is to understand the strengths and weaknesses of each player in the dressing room. Some people like pressure and some people don't like pressure. Once you do this, you will start working on a player's weakness without telling him that it is his weakness.

This keeps a player confident and prevents the player from doubting himself. They like to see how it works. The job of the captain or coach is to find out what is working for whom.

Played 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20s
Dhoni has played 90 Tests, 350 ODIs and 98 T20s for India. In these, he has scored 4,876 Test, 10,773 ODI and 1,617 T-20 runs. Dhoni has scored 4,432 runs in 190 matches so far in IPL. Under his captaincy, CSK has won the IPL title five times. Under his captaincy the team also won the IPL in 2023.

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