'See, it is part of life...' - Rohit Sharma breaks his silence on captaincy row with Hardik Pandya in IPL 2024

Mumbai Indians' former captain Rohit Sharma breaks his silence on the captaincy row with Hardik Pandya in the ongoing IPL 2024. To know more, read the article.

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Mumbai Indians' former captain Rohit Sharma breaks his silence on the captaincy row with Hardik Pandya in the ongoing IPL 2024. While the MI fans aren't happy with the shift in captaincy, Rohit is doing absolutely fine and has accepted it wholeheartedly. As an experienced player, he has played under a lot of captains and doesn't mind playing under Pandya in the IPL 2024. 

"See, it is part of life. Not everything will go your way. It has been a great experience. Before (also), I have not been captain and I have played under a lot of captains. It is no different or new to me. Whatever is there and you go by it and then try and do what is required from you as a player. I have only tried to do that in the last one month or so," said Rohit Sharma. 

Hardik's trade from Gujarat Titans to Mumbai Indians happened just before the IPL 2024 which didn't give time to the fans to process the decision. Moreover, many cricket experts also condemned the decision and expected a smooth transition from the MI management. Even though the players have moved on from this controversy, the fans are having a tough time digesting this. 

Mumbai Indians poor performance in IPL 2024 continues

This year's IPL has been quite chaotic for the MI management and the fans. After the captaincy controversy happened, the MI team was expected to perform well as that was the management's plan. However, the team has failed massively by attaining only three wins in ten matches.

Hardik Pandya faced a lot of criticism for the kind of captaincy decisions he has taken throughout the matches by the cricket experts. The chances of MI reaching the finals are extremely low as they have four matches left in the league stages. Even if they manage to win all the matches, they will end up with 14 points and will fail to qualify. 

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