Before Mumbai Indians’ IPL 2023 match against Rajasthan Royals, Virender Sehwag made a bold statement about Rohit Sharma and co.
Praising his 36th birthday celebration on Sunday, Indian captain Rohit Sharma will expect to direct Mumbai Indians (MI) to a resolve helping bring home over championship top picks Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the continuous version of the Indian Chief Association (IPL).
Five-time winners In game 42 of the IPL 2023 at the renowned Wankhede Arena, Mumbai Indians will take against Rajasthan Royals, another participant from the previous season.
In their previous match, Mumbai’s opponent at Wankhede successfully defeated MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings (CSK). Sanju Samson’s RR.
The inaugural champions of the richest T20 league in the world, leads the IPL 2023 points table, while Rohits’ MI team is ninth. The record-setting champions have won just six of their first seven games this season.
Even though MI hasn’t lived up to expectations in the IPL 2023’s early stages, former India opener Virender Sehwag still thinks the Men in Blue can make it to the end of the elite tournament.
Despite MI’s two defeats, their season is far from over. Rohit shouldn’t be put under captaincy pressure and play his game freely.
This team has the ability to recover. It still has a chance of qualifying for the playoffs,” Sehwag told Star Sports prior to MI’s IPL 2023 match against RR.
Legendary Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh stated, “Rohit is tasked to revive this legacy at Mumbai this season,” when he shared his thoughts prior to the IPL 2023 match between MI and RR.
MI has left behind a distinct legacy. Each cricketer tries to be a piece of this establishment. Even though things have changed a little this year, Rohit is in charge of bringing this legacy back to life.
They have a lot of talented young players. According to Harbhajan, who captained the Mumbai Indians in 30 IPL games, “he must currently prepare these players.
Rohit as of late finished 10 years as the head of the Mumbai-based establishment in IPL. With Mumbai, India’s all-format captain has won five IPL titles.
The veteran Indian opener has just pummeled a solitary 50 years in the IPL 2023. The 36-year-old has scored 181 runs for the Mumbai Indians in seven games this season, averaging 25.86 runs per game.