NEW DELHI: Their stint together yielded India the 2011 World Cup prize, and former India coach Gary Kirsten on Monday doffed his hat to the enigmatic Mahendra Singh Dhoni, calling him “one of the finest leaders” he has actually worked with. Dhoni, the only captain to have won all the ICC prizes, retired from global cricket on Saturday, more than a year after he last played for India in the 2019 World Cup semifinal that India lost to New Zealand. The 52-year-old Kirsten, who was head coach of the Indian team between 2008 and 2011, thanked Dhoni for all the excellent memories that he made throughout his period.

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