Possibility of Rohit Sharma Taking Over Mumbai Indians’ Helm from Hardik Pandya in IPL 2024 Explored”

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Hardik Pandya has taken over the captaincy of the Mumbai Indians (MI), the skipper is under constant scanner. He is facing a tough IPL phase this year with hostile crowd at stadiums, who keeps booing the MI skipper. Not just this, questions too have been raised on his poor on-field decisions. The all-rounder has cleared that the criticism doesn’t affect him much, but the intensity of the anger against him is looking unstoppable. In addition to this, MI has also not won any of the matches in this season so far.

Now, Former India cricketer Manoj Tiwary has now claimed that the captaincy could be handed back to Rohit Sharma.

It can happen. It’s a big call because whatever little I understand these franchises and owners, they don’t hesitate in taking calls,” Tiwari said on Cricbuzz.

“It’s a clue that Hardik is under pressure. If he is not bowling having bowled in the first 2 games, and in conditions where there was swing on offer in both first and second innings, I think he felt the pressure with the kind of reception he received. I want to say something big. I have this feeling that during this break, Rohit Sharma could be given back the captaincy from Hardik Pandya,”

The Indian Premier League (IPL) has captured the audience’s attention with thrilling matches being played every day—the IPL 2024 points table changes with every match. The Rajasthan Royals (RR), led by Sanju Samson, has maintained its top spot. After yesterday’s RCB vs LSG clash, the Lucknow Super Giants have jumped to the fourth position in the points table. The Mumbai Indians continue to be at the bottom of the points table.

IPL top run-scorers list has undergone a significant change following Tuesday’s clash between Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) and Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Mayank Yadav’s pace left RCB rattled as LSG clinched a thumping 28-run victory. Nicholas Pooran, too, slammed some massive boundaries in the final two overs to power LSG’s score to 181/5.

RCB’s former skipper Virat Kohli. He had slipped to the second position after Rajasthan Royals’ Riyan Parag took the number one spot after RR vs MI match on Monday. Kohli has scored an impressive 203 runs in four matches so far at a strike rate of 140 and an average of 67. Yesterday, Bengaluru lost the wickets of Virat Kohli, skipper Faf du Plessis, and Maxwell in the space of nine deliveries and three runs. Kohli scored 22 off 16 balls.

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