Watch: Harbhajan Singh Recalls Rahul Dravid's 'Outstanding' Fielding Ability In This Video
Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid (R) chats with teammate Harbhajan Singh during a practice session at the Windsor Park Stadium in Roseau, Dominica, on July 5, 2011. India on July 6 head into the third Test against the West Indies - and the inaugural Test at Windsor Park - looking to close out a series that they have dominated. The Indians, who are ranked the top Test side in the world, lead the series 1-0 after winning the first Test by 63 runs inside four days at Sabina Park in Jamaica. They also had the better part of the rain-hit second Test in Barbados which finished in a draw. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Rahul Dravid has wore many hats for the Indian cricket team and all successfully. He has been a run scoring machine, tormented the opposition on his own and also achieved a lot of success as a captain. Veteran India spinner Harbhajan Singh, however, introduced his incredible fielding ability in a video he shared on Twitter.

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As a captain Rahul Dravid, captained India for 79 ODIs between 2000 to 2007. He also led the national team to the 2007 World Cup, where the side had a tour to forget. Under the captaincy of Dravid, India won 42 matches in the ODI format and lost 33, with his run in Test format not so great as a captain.

Watch: Harbhajan Singh Recalls Rahul Dravid's 'Outstanding' Fielding Ability In This Video
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Harbhajan Singh: Outstanding catcher Rahul Dravid

Sharing a compilation of videos, Harbhajan Singh, once a regular teammate of Dravid called him an ‘outstanding catcher’. Commentator Aakash Chopra was also quick to join the appreciation post as he retweeted the video and commented, “Agree 100%. Wonderful hands. I also kept telling Jam to field at short-leg….but he wouldn’t come in. Too modest to admit that he was indeed the best in the playing XI at that position”.

Dravid, incidentally, is fifth on the list of Indian captains who have led the side most number of times in the ODIs.