Michael Clarke gave advice to Mumbai Indians, said- ‘Rohit Sharma needs a break before T20 WC’

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Michael Clarke played down Rohit Sharma’s consistently poor scores but said the ‘tired’ Indian captain needs a break to refresh ahead of the T20 World Cup. Rohit, who is going to captain India in the T20 World Cup next month, could not reach double figures four times in the last five innings.

Former Australia captain Michael Clarke downplayed Rohit Sharma’s consistently poor scores but said the ‘tired’ Indian captain needs a break to freshen up ahead of the T20 World Cup. Rohit, who is going to captain India in the T20 World Cup next month, could not reach double figures four times in the last five innings. Before the IPL this year, Rohit played a five-Test series.

In fact, Clarke told Star Sports, “Rohit can assess his performance better himself.” He will be disappointed especially after the great start he had made. I think he is also tired.” He said, ”In such a situation, a break is very important to refresh yourself. But he is also an important player of Mumbai Indians. It is difficult for him to get a break. He needs to return to form. This is not difficult for a player like Rohit. He is so talented that he will not have to wait for his form for much longer.

Clarke also praised Hardik Pandya, who took three wickets in the seven-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad. Clarke said, “He was taking wickets in the last few matches. For an all-rounder, success in one department brings back confidence in others.

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