At the end of the day, we have won the trophy. It doesn’t matter who holds it: MSD
India’s most successful and charismatic leader MS Dhoni recently shared one his secrets which every fan wanted to know. Dhoni unveiled the suspense of handing over the trophies to the youngsters after every series win throughout his captaincy career. He suggested that the lovely gesture works as an appraisal for young talents who have performed well in the series.
Over the years, Dhoni has achieved it all when given the major responsibility to lead the team which consisted of both seniors and youngsters. He has all 3 prestigious ICC Trophies in his kitty which every captain all over the world craves for. He also has always supported the youngsters in the teams and has his own unique ways to motivate them to contribute to their highest levels.
Every player’s performance should be valued
After every series win, we have seen MS Dhoni standing in one corner and giving the opportunity to the youngsters to hold the coveted trophies. His thought behind the graceful gesture is to provide the valuable respect and motivation which the players have earned after great performances. He also admitted that at the end of the day the trophy will come back home and does not really matter whoever is holding it.
“It’s just that, if there is any youngster in the team who has performed well in the series and you hand him over the trophy, it works as an appraisal for him. You are appreciating what he has done. It gives them a lot of confidence. At the end of the day, we have won the trophy. It doesn’t matter who holds it. But if I hand it over to some youngster and I’m getting benefitted that he could perform better in future by this gesture then it’s a win-win situation for us,” claimed MS Dhoni according to a video by Aaj Tak.
The trend has not changed
India’s iconic batsman Virat Kohli was handed over the captaincy duties after MS Dhoni decided to step down as the skipper from the limited overs format. And Virat has undertaken his duty with a lot maturity and has led the team very well in the last one year. However, the trend of giving trophies to the youngsters has not changed as Kohli also stands in one corner to let the younger talents hold the trophy.