Mumbai Indians, led by Rohit Sharma, won the IPL for the fifth time this year and for the second time in a row. Mumbai beat Delhi Capitals in the final. Captain Rohit scored 68 runs and played an important role in Mumbai’s victory. He also impressed everyone once again as a captain. Rohit is the only captain to have won the IPL five times. In contrast, Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore have yet to win an IPL title. Therefore, now is the time to make Rohit the captain of India’s T20 team, Gautam Gambhir thinks.
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The fact that Rohit Sharma is not the captain of the Indian team is a loss to India, not to Rohit. The better the team, the better the captain is called and I agree with that. But, how to decide which captain is good and which is bad? Rohit has led his team to five IPL titles. What else can he do? We say that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the most successful captain of India. Why? Because, under his leadership, India has won two World Cups and Chennai has won the IPL three times. However, Rohit has won the IPL five times and is the most successful captain in the history of the tournament. Therefore, it would be a disappointment for Rohit not to be selected as the captain of India’s T20 team now, said Gambhir.