Rohit Sharma Plans T20 Cricket Better Than Virat Kohli: Michael Vaughan

Rohit Sharma Plans T20 Cricket Better Than Virat Kohli: Michael Vaughan

Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, RCB vs MI, IPL 2020
Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli. Image Credits: IPL

Virat Kohli got the better of Rohit Sharma by a whisker as Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) beat Mumbai Indians (MI) in the IPL 2020 clash on Monday. Kohli however has a questionable record in the IPL as he is still to guide RCB to their maiden IPL triumph. Rohit Sharma, on the contrary, has done it four times.

Former England captain-turned-pundit Michael Vaughan lauded Kohli and Rohit for being incredible cricketers in the current generation. He however mentioned that the Mumbai player is a magnificent T20 captain and very smart as a leader. Vaughan also mentioned that Rohit plans the T20 game better than Kohli, who is still trying to get his feet in the format as a leader.

Michael Vaughan, England, ICC Women's World Cup 2020, India,
Michael Vaughan. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

“Incredible cricketers. Two greats of the game Rohit Sharma for me is a magnificent T20 captain. He is a little bit calmer and a little bit cooler. He is very smart as a leader,” Michael Vaughan told Gaurav Kapoor in Cricbuzz.

“I think in T20 cricket, I think he has got a better plan on how to play the game. I still feel Virat is still trying to find his feet in how to play as a leader in T20 cricket.”

Rohit Sharma, Pat Cummins, Aakash Chopra
Rohit Sharma hits one into the stands[Photo-Twitter]
Mumbai Indians have been the most successful team in IPL history. They have clinched the IPL title four times under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. CSK are the second most successful team with three titles to their name.

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