I know how IPL works and what it needs to be a successful team: Rohit Sharma | Cricket News


New Delhi: Mumbai Indians faced a lot of trouble with fans after they changed their highly successful captain Rohit Sharma with the all-rounder hardik pandya Just before the start of IPL 2024.
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Wherever Mumbai Indians went to play matches, fans booed Pandya.
Sadly, Mumbai Indians lost their first three matches as the fans refused to accept Pandya as their captain.
Mumbai Indians then won 2 consecutive matches – against Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore – before losing to Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede.
Rohit took over the captaincy of Mumbai Indians in 2013 and under his leadership the franchise won the IPL five times in 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2020, making it the most successful team.
In a podcast video going viral, Rohit Talked to Australia's great keeper-batsman adam gilchrist And former England captain Michael Vaughan talks about his journey at Mumbai Indians.
Rohit says, “Really all these years, this has been the story of Mumbai Indians where we started quite slow and then things started changing. I think this is what happens when you have new players in the team, it Just because the captain was stable for the last ten years, the coaches have changed over the years, but I really went in with some thought process and I wanted to know from people who would think about my process. Because I know how the IPL works and what it takes to be a successful team, it takes time to get everyone on board and get them doing something they are not used to doing, for example, overseas. There are a lot of cricketers, local players who have come into the team and I know Wankhede Stadium Because I played there, I grew up there, so I know what works there, what you need to do.”
For example, when I took over in 2013, we had Malinga (Lasith), Mitchell Johnson, Bumrah in the team, but he was not the Bumrah of today. And then we had Bhajji (Harbhajan Singh), Ojha (Pragyan), and then we had to work around other people, for example Michelle Johnson We all know he likes to hit it hard on the deck and I knew that wouldn't work at Wankhede, you have to pitch it a bit fuller, swing the ball a bit, so we had to talk to him and see that. Can we try something different? Malinga does what Malinga does, when it came to him there was no need for any conversation or anything,” Rohit adds.
“And then in 2015, we had Mitchell McClenaghan, who was really quite suited to the conditions at Wankhede. So we had a lot of foreign players, domestic players and my process was just to bring them into my thinking and what I I think that's the best and clearly listen to them, what they want to do and try and somehow create a balance between being a captain and a player and we come to a conclusion and we try to move forward and do that. Are,” says Rohit.
“It has been a big challenge in the IPL and now that I have been the captain, I am really happy, we all understand that it is not just one person's job to achieve this. I needed the support of the support staff around me To make sure we go in there and stick to the same thought process of what we want to do and from Ricky Ponting to Mahela Jayawardene and now Mark Boucher, they have all been good and there has been a lot of support from them,” Rohit concluded. Took it out.

Rohit will become the second player after MS Dhoni to play 250 IPL matches when he takes the field against Punjab Kings in Mullanpur on Thursday.

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