- Former cricketer of Indian cricket team VVS Laxman said- there is no need to give Rohit Sharma the captaincy of India.
𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma is now in the news of being named captain of the Indian cricket team for the T20 season.
After making the Mumbai Indians team for the fifth time in the 13th season of the Indian Premier League 2020.
After losing the ODI series against Australia, there was a lot of demand for Rohit Sharma to be captained in limited-overs cricket too.
In this regard, former Indian cricket team’s legendary cricketer VVS Laxman has given his opinion and believes that there is no need for it.
Legendary cricketer VVS Laxman said that Rohit Sharma has the ability to maintain a consistent place in the Indian cricket team. He said that after seeing Rohit Sharma, I miss myself.
When the hitman was appointed as the captain in place of Virat Kohli, VVS Lakshan said, there is no doubt in this that he is a very good captain.
Whenever Rohit Sharma has captained in the absence of current captain Virat Kohli, he has been very successful.
He has won the title five times in the Indian Premier League, captaining his franchise and it is not as easy as successive titles.
The way Rohit Sharma made his team Mumbai Indians and handled his team in difficult circumstances, it is really great.
VVS Laxman said that Rohit has all the qualities to be a successful captain. But for the Indian cricket team, there is no need to force you to make any changes.
Virat Kohli’s success has also been very good and he is also doing a great job for the Indian team. I do not see in the Indian team that any change is needed.
— VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) December 6, 2020
Talking about Rohit Sharma’s test, VVS Laxman said, “I miss myself after watching him.” When I was also asked to change the batting order.
Starting the innings in front of quality fast bowling is always very attentive. Even when you are not experienced to start batting first.
He said, once Rohit Sharma‘s eyes are set, then he can put any bowler under pressure.