The captaincy of Indian ODI and T20 group vice-captain Rohit Sharma may be very completely different from that of captain Virat Kohli and his captaincy is just like that of former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni). This is the assumption of Team India's left-handed batsman Suresh Raina. <! –
Not solely this, Suresh Raina believes that the best way Rohit Sharma stays calm and motives fellow gamers in the course of the match, it’s fairly like Dhoni.
Suresh Raina mentioned in a dialog with a YouTube channel, "Rohit's captaincy is very similar to Dhoni. The way he stays calm and motivates players often. Rohit is cool and knows that when he goes to the crease, he will score . Whichever player has such confidence, the rest of the players get a lot to learn from him. I like this thing about Rohit. "
Suresh Raina mentioned, "I saw him playing for Mumbai against Pune. He presented 2-3 brilliant tactics. The way he was making changes in the middle of the over on a dry wicket under difficult conditions. They were removing the pressure and increasing the pressure on the other team, seeing them, you will understand that they are taking all those decisions themselves. Yes, they can get some instructions from outside but they know What 's that to them. There is no doubt that as a captain, he won many of the trophy. "
During this, Suresh Raina additionally talked about his batting order. Suresh Raina mentioned about his batting order, "I never questioned Dhoni about my batting order. In the 2015 World Cup, he sent me up in a match in batting order and I scored 70-80 runs in that match. I asked him in the evening that day how he knew that I would go up in the batting order and he said that the opposing team had two leg spinners and they knew that I would be leg. Pinron extend plays more interesting. I think of those days today. "
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