𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – Former left-handed opener batsman Gautam Gambhir of the Indian cricket team and former England cricket team cricketer Michael Vaughan have backed Rohit Sharma to become India’s T20 captain.
The same former Indian batsman Gautam Gambhir even said that if this star batsman is not assigned this role then it would be quite embarrassing. The Mumbai Indians team led by Rohit Sharma has won the title for the fifth time in IPL history.
He impressed everyone with his captainly cleverness, with a half-century in the final match. He is currently the vice-captain in limited-overs and T2P cricket in the Indian team.
The same Gautam Gambhir said that if Rohit Sharma does not become the captain of the Indian cricket team then it is his loss, not Rohit Sharma’s. He further said, yes the captain is as good as his team.
And I completely agree with this. But what is the scale of testing a captain who is good and who is not good? Both the scale and the criteria should be the same.
His team Mumbai Indians, led by Rohit Sharma, has won the IPL title 5 times. Gautam Gambhir further said, we keep saying that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the most successful captain of the Indian cricket team.
Why? Because he has won two World Cups to Indian team and team IPL to Chennai. Captain Kohli, who failed to win the IPL title of Royal Challengers Bangalore, has demanded his removal from his captaincy.
Gambhir said that he did not mean that Kohli’s captaincy was bad. But he just suggested that a model of sharing the captaincy is the need of the hour.
Gautam Gambhir said that he can consider sharing the captaincy, there is nothing bad in it. Rohit Sharma’s limited-overs captaincy has told how big there is between him and Virat Kohli’s captaincy.
One team led by one player won the title five times, the other has not won a single title yet. And he said that I am not saying this because Kohli is a bad captain but he has got the same platform.
Which Rohit Sharma has got, that’s why you have to share both on the same scale. Supporting Rohit Sharma for leadership in the same T20 format.
Michael Vaughan wrote in his tweet, “Of course Rohit Sharma should be the captain of the Indian T20 team.” Fantastic human management and leadership and know-how to win T20 matches.
This will also give Virat Kohli a chance to be comfortable. This thing has been very successful for teams around the world.