Mumbai Indians (MI) skipper Rohit Sharma demonstrates a profound understanding of the ever-evolving realm of T20 cricket. With deep contemplation and insight, Rohit acknowledges the shifting landscape and recognizes that the conventional role of anchors has lost its relevance in this format of the game. In a captivating conversation on Jio Cinema, he openly shared his perspective, highlighting the transformative changes that have reshaped T20 cricket, rendering the traditional anchor role less effective.

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In Rohit’s vision, the modern-day batsman is a visionary, embracing innovation and embracing a proactive mindset. They dare to challenge the status quo, seeking fresh strategies and approaches to excel in the fast-paced world of T20 cricket. As a leader and a batsman, Rohit aims to be at the forefront of this revolution. He embraces the dynamic nature of the game and harnesses its transformative power to unlock his full potential. With every stride he takes on this journey, Rohit aspires to make significant contributions, not only to his personal growth but also to the collective success of the Indian cricket team.

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“As I see it, there is no role for an anchor now. It is just how T20 cricket is played these days, unless you are 20/3 or 4, which is not going to happen every day. Once in a while, you will be in that position and then someone needs to anchor the innings and finish off to a good score. There is no role for an anchor anymore, guys are playing differently,” Rohit Sharma told Jio Cinema.

“The Game Has Changed,” Feels Rohit

MI VS LSG: Rohit Sharma Believes Anchors Have No Role in T20 Cricket
MI VS LSG: Rohit Sharma Believes Anchors Have No Role in T20 Cricket

In the realm of cricket, guided by the discerning leadership of the Mumbai Indians (MI), the current captain astutely acknowledges the relentless evolution of the game. In light of this undeniable truth, the skipper propounds the vital necessity of a profound shift in mindset, a paradigmatic change that must be embraced by all. With an acute awareness of the transformative forces at play, the captain places a premium on the invaluable role played by every batter, illuminating their ability to augment the team’s worth.

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“If you do not change your mindset, you are going to get smashed. People on the other side are thinking about the game differently and taking it to the next level. All seven batters need to play their role, I believe that if you get a good score, it is good, but even if you get a good 30-40 off just 10-15 or 20 balls, it is (just) as good because you are doing the role for the team. The game has changed,” he added.

Rohit is currently playing in the Eliminator of the IPL 2023 against the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) at the Chepauk stadium in Chennai on Wednesday, May 24. After winning the coin toss, Rohit came to open the innings but got out after scoring 11 off 10 while playing a big shot off Naveen-ul-Haq’s bowling.

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