Sharma’s IPL captain record is unsurpassed. He has won four titles (2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019).

Rohit Sharma Rohit Sharma. (source: Twitter)

The threat of the coronavirus has reduced all types of sporting events around the world. Players were forced to stay inside by the threat of KOVID-19. The former English drummer Kevin Petersen, however, decided to take this time and make optimal use of it. On Thursday a commentator cricketer invited the Indian drummer Rohit Sharma for an interview. They had a live chat on Instagram so the fans could follow the action.

In this interview, Rohit talks about the low point in his career and what the change in his career has brought about. During the interview he described the time he spent with former Australian captain Ricky Ponting as magical. He also talked about the IPL 2020 capacity. According to Rohit, IPL 2020 can be maintained if it calms down after a certain period of time.

Rohit Charma terminology his time with Ricky Ponting as magic

Captain Sharma’s IPL data is unsurpassed. He has won four titles (2013, 2015, 2017 and 2019). In 2013 he was appointed captain of the franchise. The season started with skipper Ponting. However, a series of bad results prompted Ponting to hand over the reins to Rohit.

It turned out to be a turning point in the history of franchising. Rohit mentioned the time he spent with Ponting magic because it helped him change his career.

Petersen then asked the Indian vice-captain about the low point of his career. Rohit expressed his disappointment that he was not selected for the 2011 World Cup team as the lowest point in his career.

Not being selected for the 2011 World Cup team was the saddest moment because it was in our own backyard, the finals were at my home base, said Rohit. India’s on two. April 2011 at the Vanhid Stadium in Mumbai continues to win the trophy.

Mumbaikar also said he was not selected for the World Cup team because of his poor performance. Thanks to my performance I was not in the best condition, said the 32-year-old.

Since the 2011 World Cup, his career has become stronger and stronger. Rohit has also represented India at exhibitions in 2015 and 2019. Today it is also an ancient record in the history of the tournament. For six centuries he participated in the World Cup, five of which in 2019. Interestingly, this record also belongs to Sachin Tendulkar, who was world champion for six centuries.