5 Prior and mandatory reasons which illustrate Rohit Sharma should lead the Indian Team in the limited over format

5 Prior and mandatory reasons which illustrate Rohit Sharma should lead the Indian Team in the limited over format

5 Prior and mandatory reasons which illustrate Rohit Sharma should lead the Indian Team in the limited over format (Pic Source : Twitter)

Rohit Sharma is one of the players who charmed every stepping stone with efficiency, thus named to be the World class power hitter, as he might not receive too many chances to lead the Indian team, but he ensured it whenever he gets this responsibility, he will definitely find the team a way to achieve ruthless success. So it’s been the hot discussion among all that should India go for a slit captaincy? Is this a perfect and accurate time to hand over the captaincy responsibility to Rohit Sharma for the limited overs?

These diverse questions are being put on the BCCI and the present Skipper Virat Kohli. Rohit being amazing and terrific with bat since few years. He is the only player to hit three double centuries in the ODI format and his captaincy is also done with pure statistical move which is seen in the Nidahas Trophy and in the most popular T20 league that is IPL by winning the title for 5th time.

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Here the 5 most important reasons which depict Rohit Sharma should lead Indian Team in the limited over format-

  • Ultimate success in the IPL

Rohit success rate in IPL represents  5 as a skipper and 6 as a player, this is the bizarre result he had produced. In 2009 with Deccan Chargers, he had won the award of emerging player and lifted the trophy and in 2013 he took the captaincy from Harbhajan Singh in Mumbai Indians and won the title. From that onwards he had won the trophy in all odd seasons like 2013,2015,2017,2019 and then became the second team to defend the trophy by winning this year also.

  • Phenomenal Records in the limited over format

In the absence of Kohli, Rohit has lead Indian Team in 10 ODI in which team had won 8 matches whereas in T20 he had captained 19 matches in which 15 matches were won.

  • Big league Skipper

As Rohit had captained India and achieved to victory in the Asia Cup in 2018 and in the Nidahas Tri-Series in 2018 and these records suggests that how good he is in captaincy

  • Captaincy Instincts

Rohit had been the same captain as Dhoni been the nature of calm and composed which bought success in a very short span, his statistical move like in the IPL2020 final by bringing Jayant to the squad by leaving Rahul Chahar out which was the best among move. These stats respond his clever moves.

  • Team man who backs to hit

He is the captain who produced many young talents from his team like Bumrah, Hardik Pandya which been in a tremendous form after shining. Afterwards he produced more talents in the limelight like Mayank Markande and Rahul Chahar who also got chance in the T20 team.

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