Australian great Allan Border feels that despite his exploits in the shorter formats of the game, MS Dhoni has been a bit defensive while captaining in Test matches. Border has lauded India's current Test skipper Virat Kohli for his 'fiesty' nature but believes that his real tests are yet to come.
“He (Dhoni) has been so good in the shorter formats but in Tests - I thought he let the game drift a bit at times. In India, Dhoni has done a great job but you judge a captain based on how you perform overseas. In saying that, most captains across the world enjoy
The 61-year-old has praised India's new Test captain Virat Kohli, and he believes that his captaincy skills will develop even more in the coming years. However, Border feels that Kohli's biggest test lies ahead when his team will travel abroad to face the likes of South Africa and Australia.
“I like his captaincy because he is a feisty competitor and his captaincy will develop more and more in the coming years. The real test will be when India travel abroad and play in South Africa,
The former Australian skipper was also asked about what he feels are the prerequisites of being a good leader. He said, “To me, captaincy is about creating an atmosphere in the dressing room that's positive, building