Captaincy Of Rohit Sharma Is Similar To MS Dhoni- Suresh Raina

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Rohit Sharma Is Also Leading India In The Absence Of Virat Kohli:

In recent years Rohit Sharma and his smart leadership have won many awards. And why not?  In the history of the Indian Premier League, the dynamic Indian opener is one of the most successful captains.

For the first time in the 2013 season, Rohit has taken over the captain position of the Mumbai Indians and has since taken up as many as four IPL titles for his squad. In the absence of Virat Kohli, Rohit has also led India and chaired the 2018 Nidahas Award and the 2018 Asian Cup.

Rohit Sharma’s captaincy has the greatest qualities such as staying calm under tremendous pressure and to the degree that he inspired his teammates, especially the young players

This makes Rohit’s captaincy style pretty similar to the legendary Indian captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the three-time ICC trophy winner.

Raina Hails Rohit’s Decision-Making Skills In Tough Situations:

“The Captaincy of Rohit is very similar to MS Dhoni. How he works, how he motivates people peacefully. His bindaas style, he knows when he goes to bat, he will score. There’s a similar kind of confidence … that’s what I like about Rohit, “Suresh Raina told on Youtube Sportscreen.

Rohit Sharma ‘s decisions in tense situations were lauded in the last couple of IPL finals, which were won by Mumbai Indians and Suresh Raina referring 2017 final.

“I’ve seen Rohit making some 2-3 great movements in that final against Pune as Mumbai ‘s captain.   The way he had adjusted between the dry wicket surfaces in a crunch situation, and the way he handled the pressure was commendable. 

You see that all these decisions are made by himself, as you know. Yeah, there must be some outside guidance, but he knows what to do. It’s not shocking he won many trophies as captain “Raina added.

Many talks have been held to give the Indian white-ball teams leadership to Rohit Sharma, but it is unlikely in the near future, given that Indian cricket was never in favor of split captaincy.

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