Former England skipper Michael Vaughan states that MI is the best T20 team in the world without any question. Mumbai Indians has been the most successful team in IPL’s history and it is one of the most supreme sides in the cash-rich tournament.
Michael Vaughan speaks about Mumbai Indians
Michael Vaughan is often known for his controversial statements and found himself in the spotlight. The former English player has now praised the 5-time IPL champs as one the best T20 side and he would love to play under Rohit Sharma at any given time.
The turning point for Mumbai Indians was when the former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting stepped out of the captaincy role midway through IPL 2013, making way for Rohit to lead the side. And that season was one of the most memorable years for the franchise not only they lift the first trophy that season – but they have also clinched 5 more seasons in the next 7 years.
In a recent interview, when Michael Vaughan was asked “Which current IPL skipper he would like to play under”, he answered Rohit Sharma and mentioned MI as the best T20 side. He also mentioned that Rohit Sharma is a dynamic leader, and having a calm composed mind with excellent skills of implementing strategies, he could see himself beside the opening batsman.
Vaughan Said – ” Rohit Sharma. Mumbai Indians, the best T20 team in the world without any question. He is a magnificent leader; he is calm and composed; his strategies are very clever and I could see myself next to Rohit,”
Mumbai Indians’ Struggle In IPL 2021:
Mumbai couldn’t deliver impressive performances in the shortened IPL 2021. Though they were standing in the 4th position of the points table, the defending champs batting line-up was collapsed in multiple games. Players like Quinton de Kock, Ishan Kishan, and Suryakumar Yadav have failed to produce few explosive knocks. MI has a lot of things to work on as the 2nd phase of IPL 2021 is likely to be held in UAE during the September-October window, players have to rethink their strategies and need to back to their basics in order to win their 6th IPL trophy.
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