Parthiv Patel: Former India cricketer Parthiv Patel IPL I have played under the captaincy of both MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma. In 2008, when Patel made his IPL debut, he was a part of Dhoni-led team Chennai Super Kings. After that Parthiv was part of the Mumbai Indians team led by Sharma, the winning team in 2015 and 2017. Parthiv considers the captaincy of both Dhoni and Sharma to be the same. Patel said that Rohit also provides security and support like Dhoni.
We see stability in him Parthiv Patel
Former left-handed batsman Parthiv Patel while talking to Cricbuzz said that MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma do not like to change with their team and this is the reason why Dhoni and Sharma give IPL title to their team Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians. Succeeded in getting it. Parthiv Patel said,
“I have played in both the teams Chennai Super Kings led by Dhoni and Mumbai Indians led by Sharma. India has to narrow the pool and provide security to some players. If a player gets some support, he can perform better… and Rohit gives you that opportunity. Dhoni also gives you the same opportunity. Chennai have done well in IPL as they don’t like to change their players frequently. Mumbai also has a similar formula.
“We have seen Rohit and Dravid in the last two-three press conferences..they want to give security and clarity to the players and help them express themselves. Rohit has these qualities as a captain.”
Sharma and Dravid want to provide security and clarity
Parthiv Patel highlighted the recent comments made by Rohit and head coach Rahul Dravid in the press conference to explain his point.
“We have seen Rohit and Dravid in the last two-three press conferences. They want to give players security and clarity and help them express themselves. Rohit has these qualities as a captain.”
Before the start of the T20 series, Rohit said that ‘experimentation’ is necessary but not at the cost of the safety of the players. Rohit said,
“The words ‘experiment’ are overrated to me. We are trying to fill that gap in your squad, so we will try and do whatever we need to do to make up for it”.