The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 is happening in India. After a long wait, Indian fans enjoy the World Cup on their home soil. They are expecting the best from the team. India also gave a dazzling start to the tournament. They registered a thrilling win in their first match against Australia. The team is in great form. They are winning back-to-back matches. All the players are in a good rhythm. Everyone is performing well. Rohit Sharma is doing amazing captaincy in the tournament.
Rohit’s Amazing Captaincy:
Rohit Sharma is playing his first World Cup as a captain. He has captained India in many big stages in the past. Captain Rohit Sharma is a different kind of strength in India camp. India won the Asia Cup in his captaincy just before the World Cup. Rohit Sharma was outstanding in that tournament, with bat and captaincy.
India is in great form in this tournament. They are winning back-to-back matches. India is the only team who are still unbeaten in the tournament. Since the start, they have been unstoppable. Batters are scoring huge runs, and bowlers are performing extremely well but there is one more thing that is helping India to get the nonstop success. That thing is Rohit Sharma’s outstanding captaincy. He is just nailing his job. Pouting the right bowler at the right time, Placing the fielders in the right place, having faith in every player, and letting them play according to their choice are the best qualities of Rohit Sharma.
Rohit Sharma and His Man Management Skills:
India has a star-studded squad. It has a perfect blend of Experienced players and youngsters. On one hand, it is a great thing and in another way, it is a difficult job for the captain. Every individual has their thought and the captain has to take all of them to one place to secure the team’s win. Rohit Sharma has done it quite successfully. He has been a successful captain over the years, in IPL, Mumbai Indians won several trophies under his captaincy. India also won several matches under his captaincy.
In a media interaction, Rohit Talked about his man-management skills. He said, “I try and put myself in their shoes and think about what this individual will be needing now. So, It’s important to think like that. So, yeah that is something that I wouldn’t say comes naturally to me, I’ve learned it over the years, gone through my personal experience, and understood what is needed for a team to be successful.”
He added, “ We do understand as well that when you want to win championships, big tournaments, everyone needs to come to the party and play their part. So, it’s important that you keep everyone in good mental space. So, it’s very important to hear everyone out, understand what they want, how they want to operate.”
After five matches, India is unbeaten in the tournament. It is time for the sixth clash. On October 29, India will be locking horns with England at Ekana Sports City in Lucknow. England is not in a good position. They are losing back-to-back matches. This is another chance for them to register a win to their record. On the other side, after being unbeaten in the previous five games, India will be trying to make the into six. This clash is going to be an interesting one