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‘How will that work out’: Former Indian Cricketer’s Take on the Rohit-Hardik Spat Sparks Controversy!

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Former Indian opener Wasim Jaffer expressed astonishment at the Mumbai Indians’ choice of appointing Hardik Pandya as the captain, taking over from the five-time title-winning Rohit Sharma. Pandya was part of a remarkable IPL 2024 trade, transitioning from the Gujarat Titans to the Mumbai Indians. The decision to replace Rohit Sharma has taken both fans and the cricketing community by surprise, especially considering Pandya’s limited experience in captaincy.

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Currently, Rohit Sharma is set to be part of Pandya’s team in the IPL. Nevertheless, in the realm of international cricket, Hardik will find himself playing under the leadership of the Hitman. Jaffer shared his perspective on the situation, emphasizing that the outcome hinges on Rohit’s perspective.

Jaffer suggested that relieving the Hitman of his captaincy responsibilities could serve as a welcome break, alleviating significant pressure on the star player. He theorized that without the burden of captaincy, Rohit could concentrate more on his batting and strive to bounce back from the challenging seasons he recently experienced.

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Wasim Jaffer highlighted that Hardik Pandya possessed limited captaincy experience, with his only notable stint as the leader of Gujarat Titans resulting in an IPL title victory. Jaffer pointed out that Pandya had not captained his state team and expressed surprise at how swiftly Mumbai Indians replaced him with Rohit Sharma. He found the decision unexpected.


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