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Sunil Gavaskar’s intriguing interpretation of Rohit Sharma’s captaincy, “If MS Dhoni Were in Charge…”

According to Sunil Gavaskar, Rohit Sharma does not deserve the same respect for his leadership as MS Dhoni does, especially when it comes to spotting young talent.

Rohit Sharma, the captain of the Mumbai Indians, has led his team to five IPL championships. But some think he might not get the credit for his leadership that he merits.

After Akash Madhwal, an uncapped pacer, helped MI defeat Luknow Super Giants in a vital match.

Rohit received a lot of acclaim from the cricketing community for providing the young pacer this opportunity to perform. a fifer-armed eliminator.

Sunil Gavaskar, a legendary figure in Indian cricket, feels that MS Dhoni, the captain of the Chennai Super Rulers, gets more credit than Rohit does.

Regarding Rohit Sharma’s captaincy, Gavaskar told India Today: “Obviously, he is underestimated.”

“The man played for the Mumbai Indians and captured five championships. I’ll give you an example. Ayush Badoni was captured by Maddhwal, confusing the wicket.

He then struck left-handed pitcher Nicholas Pooran by going around the wicket. The majority of bowlers don’t necessarily do that since, even if they bowl with their left hand, they will continue to bowl over the door after they find their rhythm.

They will make an effort to move the left-handed player’s ball. The man was bowled out, though, as he went around the wicket and hit an incredible delivery.

The cricketing community has lauded Dhoni for developing Tushar Deshpande this year as another talent.

He has also received praise for this year’s revival of Ajinkya Rahane and Shivam Dube in some capacity. Gavaskar thinks that if it had been Dhoni who had overseen Madhwal’s excellent performance.

The world would have spent a lot of time debating the 41-year-old captain. In contrast, Rohit is not like that. You may listen to the most recent music only on

If it had been CSK, Dhoni would have been the captain. It would have been universally acknowledged that Dhoni planned the firing of Nicholas Pooran.”

This is what happens the majority of the time. “Sometimes things work out, there is also a little bit of hype,” Gavaskar continued.

“There’s also the captaincy situation. Remember that Nehal Wadhera served as an important batting first player. When they are batting first, groups typically don’t use batters as Effect Players.

However, Rohit used Nehwal when MI batted first against LSG. So please thank him for that,” the batting legend continued.

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