Indian national cricket team have been one of the top-tier teams for three decades now. In these many years, the Indian cricket team has had great captains to have led the team across all three formats of the game.
The likes of Kapil Dev, Sourav Ganguly, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli have led the Indian cricket team ever so well. Currently, Rohit Sharma is the captain of the Indian cricket team.
Although all the aforementioned names gave it all for the team as captains, they had their own setbacks too. In this article, we will take a look at the four Indian captains under whom Team India got bowled out below 120 runs most times.
1. Sourav Ganguly- 4 times
Sourav Ganguly was one of the greatest captains in the history of Indian cricket. Under his captaincy, India were declared joint winners alongside Sri Lanka in the Champions Trophy 2002/03 since the game was abandoned due to rain. Under Ganguly’s captaincy, India were bowled out below 120 runs on four occasions.
2. Rohit Sharma – 3 times
Rohit Sharma, the current skipper of the Indian cricket team has an unwanted record as captain. Under his captaincy, India were bowled out below 120 runs on three occasions.
3. MS Dhoni – 3 times
Under MS Dhoni, India have been formidable in the ICC events. MS Dhoni is the only captain in the history of the sport to have led the team to three different ICC titles (T20 World Cup 2007, ODI Cricket World Cup 2011, and Champions Trophy 2013). When MS Dhoni was the captain, the Indian cricket team were bundled out below 120 runs on three occasions.
4. Kapil Dev – 2 times
Kapil Dev was one of the successful captains of Team India during the playing days of his career. He drew plaudits for steering Team India to maiden ODI World Cup glory in 1983. Meanwhile, under his captaincy, Team India were skittled out below 120 runs on two occasions.
Most times India getting all out below 120 under a captain
4 times – Sourav Ganguly
3 times – Rohit Sharma*
3 times – MS Dhoni
2 times – Kapil Dev#INDvAUS | #RohitSharmaAdvertisement
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