Match Tied (Royal Challengers Bangalore win one-over eliminator)
Rohit Sharma, the opening batsman of India, comes across as one the heavyweights of the modern day cricket. Particularly, when it comes to playing the white-ball cricket, the explosive batsman is considered among the finest players.
On top of that, his captaincy skills are cherished by many with which he won three Indian Premier League (IPL) titles for Mumbai Indians. The 32-year old, being the vice-captain of the Indian ODI and T20I side, led them in few games in the absence of the regular skipper Virat Kohli. He would do the same in the 20-over series against Bangladesh as Kohli is being rested to manage his workload.
Recently, Rohit went on to share his thoughts about the sporadic captaincy honor as the Maharashtra born added that he isn’t bothered about it. Rohit said that whether he does it in 1 game or 100 games, leading his country would go down as an honor. Moreover, the adroit cricketer added that he enjoys the random captaincy challenge, but doesn’t let it drive his mind.