Previous India captain Gautam Gambhir trusts that Virat Kohli should be thankful that Royal Challengers Bangalore have chosen to stay with him disregarding their disillusioning outcomes.
Gambhir said that Kohli ought not be contrasted with Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni and Mumbai Indians chief Rohit Sharma as them two have won the Indian Premier League (IPL) title multiple times.
"Still far to go. I don't consider him to be a shoot commander or a prudent chief. Also, he hasn't won the IPL. So eventually a skipper is just on a par with his record till the time you don't win the IPL. There are individuals who have won the trophy multiple times - MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma. So I think he has far to go. You can't contrast him with somebody like Rohit or Dhoni at this stage since he has been a piece of RCB and captaining RCB for the last seven to eight years and he has been fortunate and ought to rather thank the establishment that they adhered to him in light of the fact that very few chiefs have such a long run where they haven't won a competition," Gambhir said on Star Sports' examination appear in front of IPL 2019.
Kohli has driven RCB in 96 matches and his group has won 44 out of these experiences with 45.83%.
Wrong choices were the reasons because of which the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) did not win even a solitary Indian Premier League (IPL) title in all seasons up until this point, said Virat Kohli in Bangalore on Saturday.
"On the off chance that you take wrong choices, at that point you will lose. Our basic leadership was bad in defining moments. At the point when the group's basic leadership is adjusted, those groups have won in the IPL," Kohli said.