Parthiv Patel gives Rohit Sharma the edge over Virat Kohli as a better skipper

Wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel has been associated with a number of franchises in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and has played under a number of different captains. At the 2020 edition, Patel was part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) squad under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. However, he feels Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma is a bit better as compared to his RCB counterpart.

Rohit Sharma Better Than Virat Kohli
Parthiv Patel feels Rohit Sharma makes for a better captain as compared to Virat Kohli. Perhaps this comes from experience as Patel has played under both captains in the Indian Premier League. Patel backs himself by stating that Rohit Sharma is sound in his decision making and understanding the situation of the game at a given point. “The talk is about who takes a better decision, who reads the game better, who makes a better decision in a pressure situation which helps a team win – In that regard, Rohit Sharma as a captain is slightly better than Virat Kohli”, Patel added.

Rohit Sharma As India’s T20 Captain
Coming off a successful IPL 2020 captain where he led Mumbai Indians to their fifth title, Rohit Sharma could make for a good captain even of the national team feels Parthiv Patel. Rohit has been one of the most successful captains in the Indian Premier League, winning five titles in the span of seven years (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020). Rohit could carry his captaincy experience onto the national team, especially in the shorter format of the game where he has been so dominant both as a player and a captain.

India’s Tour of Australia
Team India is currently in Australia on a full tour that will feature a series’ across four Test matches, three T20s, and three One Day Internationals. The action begins with the first ODI that will be held on November  27 at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.

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