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Rohit Sharma responds to Aakash Chopra’s remark

Rohit Sharma is the most successful captain in the history of the Indian Premier League. The Mumbai Indians captain led his team to five IPL trophies, more than any other team in the league. They won two more titles than their arch-rivals Chennai Super Kings.

Mumbai Indians defeated Delhi Capitals in the thirteenth edition of the IPL to win their fifth IPL title. Soon after that, the majority of the people from cricket fraternity expressed that Rohit should lead Team India. Former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir echoed that Rohit is the ideal player to lead India.

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On the contrary, Virat Kohli failed to win even a single trophy with Royal Challengers Bangalore. Under Rohit’s captaincy, India won Nidahas Trophy and Asia Cup including 5 IPL titles. This goes to show that Hitman has all the ingredients to become Indian captain in limited-overs.

Rohit Sharma responds to Aakash Chopra’s remark

Meanwhile, former Indian opener and cricket expert Aakash Chopra questioned if Rohit can win multiple titles if he was RCB captain. Now, Rohit Sharma came up with an epic response to Chopra’s remarks.

He added that there is no reason to think if he can lift the trophy while leading with the other teams. “Lot of people, I hear say that can he (Rohit) do it with other teams? Firstly, why shall I need to do it with other teams? There is a certain way this franchise wants to go and same direction I want to go as well, both as a player and leader,” he was quoted as saying by Outlook.

“Did this team become good overnight? No. It’s just that this franchise doesn’t believe in chopping and changing. And every player, including Rohit Sharma, was available (2011) at auctions. Just that MI picked and believed in building a team,” Rohit Sharma further added.

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