5 Reasons Why Rohit Sharma Is Best The Captain For T20Is And ODIs
Rohit Sharma, the new leader of India: As India enters into a new era of leadership, a lot of questions have already been posed about the manner of Virat Kohli being removed from captaincy. However, amongst all the chaos, everyone has failed to point out that India will be embarking upon a journey that definitely …
Rohit Sharma, the new leader of India: As India enters into a new era of leadership, a lot of questions have already been posed about the manner of Virat Kohli being removed from captaincy. However, amongst all the chaos, everyone has failed to point out that India will be embarking upon a journey that definitely has promise but is shrouded by uncertainty.
Rohit Sharma, the new captain of India in white-ball cricket will be leading the charge and for the first time in his 15-years-career, will be spearheading a team of superstars in the international circuit emphatically instead of being a stopgap vanguard.
We will try and remove the rubble of rage around the move and decode the fact why Rohit Sharma can make an amazing Indian captain.
Earlier tryst with success
This won’t be Sharma’s first rodeo with success as he has already tasted it as one of the finest batters in the world and is also the captain in the Indian Premier League with the highest number of title wins. Hence, the question of complacency is out of the equation and with Rahul Dravid, a man constantly questioning the evolution of a cricketer, Rohit will be able to keep his team calm and set eyes on a bigger prize instead of posting maddening celebrations for winning a battle and not the war.
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One of the funniest captains who can always keep the spirits of a cricketer high
He is not the man who rules the world with an iron fist. He believes in making people laugh and is extremely close to his teammates. Recently, in India’s clash against New Zealand, he was seen pulling off a banter against Mohammed Siraj. He has previously set the press conferences ablaze with his fiery brand of comments that include the iconic “abhi kya bataunga” quote. Given his sense of humour, the players are a lot freer with him and it will be a much comfortable bond both for the captain and the cricketers to express themselves free that would also take off a lot of stress from their shoulders.
Captain or not, Rohit Sharma is a fearless batter
Ever since Rohit Sharma has been promoted to the top of the batting order, Rohit Sharma has belted out display so impressive that even the best bowlers of the world had suffered a hammering at the hands of the Indian hitman. He has a wide variety of shots at his disposal and the way he has batted all these years, it is nothing short of a treat to witness him play. He is always leading the charge with an exotic brand of belligerence. More importantly, while being a captain, he has shown a strong sense of calm instead of all being kaboom! Ka-thud! Kaboom! When the calm and the storm blend, it is one of the best aspects of the game.
A brilliant sense of game-reading
Rohit is a captain of far-sight and he always has a plan. He uses his bowlers in a very calculated manner that has allowed him to successfully rotate between Trent Boult and Jasprit Bumrah in sublime fashion. Now add to that a pool of bowlers which will include Siraj, Shami, Bumrah, Jadeja, Bhuvi or Yuzvendra Chahal, he will not be running short of options. He also rotates the batting order if needed and with Rahul Dravid, a visionary of cricket being by his side, he will make a screamer of a captain.
One of the bravest men of the sport
Sharma has got no fear in him whatsoever. May it be a bouncer from Hassan or teetering along the fringes of being eliminated, he is always lunging forward. When Mumbai was almost out, he simply chose not to give up as he surprised everyone with a move that no one expected by bringing in Ishan Kishan at the top. It needs a lot of guts to come up with these sudden changes and Sharma is one man who is always boiling with them.