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Basics of captaincy remain same in any team, says Rohit Sharma

by Athar Ansari Dec 09, 2017 • 21:44 PM

Dharamsala, Dec 9 (CRICKETNMORE) - On the eve of his captaincy debut for India in the first One-day International (ODI) match against Sri Lanka, Rohit Sharma feels that basics of leading a side remain the same though the difference in captaining a club and the national team is big.

Rohit, who has captained Mumbai Indians to three Indian Premier League (IPL) titles, will skipper the Indian team in the ODIs and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) against Sri Lanka in place of a rested Virat Kohli.

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"IPL and international cricket is completely different. It will be a different ball game all together. The pressure and mindset before a game is different. But the process and basics of captaincy leading any team will remain the same," Rohit said on Saturday.

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