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Rohit Sharma or MS Dhoni? Sehwag gives his view on the best IPL captain

September 25, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

After losing the opener against Chennai Super Kings, the Mumbai Indians fought back in their second IPL 2020 game. The team enrolled an earnest 49-run triumph against the Kolkata Knight Riders. It was MI's captain Rohit Sharma who met the challenge at hand and hammered 80 rushes.

Rohit's game dominating thump came only a day after CSK's captain MS Dhoni was censured for his ruling against the Rajasthan Royals. Chasing down a difficult 216-run against RR, CSK in the long run flamed out on 200, and questions were brought over Dhoni's downgrade up in the batting request.

Rohit, then again, pulled off a breathtaking thump to lead his side from the front. The 'Assassin' is the best IPL chief, having driven MI to four IPL titles. Notwithstanding Rohit's awards, Dhoni is appraised higher by fans because of CSK's consistency in the competition. The Chennai establishment has the most noteworthy success rate among all groups and has additionally made it to the season finisher stage in every release of their IPL appearance.

In the meantime, after Rohit Sharma's incredible batting against the Knight Riders, the former India cricket team's opener batsman Virender Sehwag hailed him as the best commander in IPL after Dhoni. Sehwag hailed the techniques that Rohit picked against KKR.

Rohit is the best captain in IPL after MS Dhoni

Sehwag addresses Rohit as the best chief in IPL after MS Dhoni. The way wherein he comprehends the game and rolls out strategic improvements, it's just extraordinary.

Exactly when Rana and Karthik were looking good, Rohit asked Kieron Pollard to bowl. Sehwag praised Rohit Sharma for his brave call. As indicated by Sehwag, some other commander would've brought left-gave spinner Krunal Pandya.

Viru thinks that had there been some other commander rather than Rohit in the game against Kolkata, he would've utilized Krunal Pandya against Nitish Rana — a move that would've reverse discharges.

Rather, Rohit put Pollard facing Rana and the West Indian held the run-stream under check. Pollard's planning likewise must be seen here. Had Rohit brought him against a set straight hander, he would've yielded more runs. Ordinarily, Pollard yields around 25 runs in an over, however that wasn't the case this time.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth