‘I Want To Highlight 3 Things About His Captaincy’, Amol Muzumdar Comes With An Interesting Analysis For Rohit Sharma

Former Indian batter Amol Muzumdar has said that Indian skipper Rohit Sharma effectively dealt with the disappointment of being excluded from the 2011 World Cup squad and used it as a turning point in his career. The 36-year-old Rohit is captaining India in the 2023 World Cup and team has already started it with bang winning three consecutive matches against Australia, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Muzumdar has praised Rohit Sharma for his development as a cricketer and showing maturity for playing some remarkable knocks in cricket history.

While talking to Star Sports, Amol Muzumdar said, “According to me, when he wasn’t selected in that 2011 World Cup where the team happened to go and win the tournament, that really upset him. After that, he’s just been excellent. When he got the captaincy (in the IPL) later, it added responsibility on his shoulders, and he really matured.”

“I want to highlight 3 things about his captaincy. The first one is that Rohit Sharma gives a lot of weightage and importance to data and statistics. The second one is, he keeps things very simple and tries to make his team members think simple. He keeps everyone in the team in a very cool and calm atmosphere.”

“And, the third one, which is the most important point, is that he has that magical touch in him. Whatever changes he makes, that comes out like a magical touch, like, for example, Mumbai Indians got that magical touch in their team after Rohit Sharma became their captain,” Muzumdar added.

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