Aakash Chopra has highlighted that Rohit Sharma is a canny captain and compared his leadership skills to those of MS Dhoni.
Virat Kohli has decided to resign from the T20I captaincy from the India team after the upcoming T20 World Cup. Rohit Sharma is favored for being the team’s patron in the shortest format of the game.
In a video shared on his YouTube channel, Aakash Chopra highlighted the similarities and differences between the captaincy styles of Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni. He explained:
“Rohit Sharma looks a lot like MS Dhoni’s captaincy style when you talk about her ability to read the game. Where you find them slightly different is that Dhoni allows the game to simmer at times while Rohit Sharma tries to control the game a bit. . plus. “
The former Indian cricketer added that Rohit Sharma enjoys great camaraderie with his cricketers and that he inspires respect. Chopra elaborated:
“There is no doubt that Rohit Sharma’s captaincy will be very good. The team is going to rally around him. His equation with other team members is extremely beautiful, there is a lot of respect for the captain, who should be there, for whom. “. it is and the races it scores. “
Rohit Sharma seems to have a jovial character and likes to share jokes with his teammates. His excellent man management skills have earned him praise from one and all.
“Rohit Sharma brings a wealth of experience to the table” – Aakash Chopra
Aakash Chopra feels that Rohit Sharma’s vast experience as a player and patron, for both India and the Indians of Mumbai, will keep him in a good position. He said:
“Rohit Sharma brings a great deal of experience to the table. He has a smart brain, I’m a fan of his brain. He reads the game very well, he’s two or three steps ahead of the game.”
The 43-year-old said goodbye, stressing that Rohit Sharma is a master at using his resources effectively. Chopra observed:
“If you see a T20 or ODI match, you’ll find that when the eighth over is released, Rohit’s brain is thinking about the over 12. So he knows how to make the most of resources.”
The India team has won 15 of the 19 T20I that it has played under the leadership of Rohit Sharma. The 34-year-old has also led the Mumbai Indians to a record five IPL titles.