Bibhu Prasad Ray

On Friday, during the match between CSK and SRH, Michael Hussey who is the batting coach of CSK took a sarcastic dig at the Mumbai Indians while answering to a question. 

Which captain does the CSK Management fear? To this question, Hussey said, "To be honest, this year, no one. There is only one captain who has beaten us in finals, and he is no longer captain. You know who I'm talking about.”

Even other teams also have a sense of fear of Mumbai Indians’ Rohit Sharma because of what he brings out to the table when he is leading the Mumbai Indians franchise. 

Indeed, Rohit Sharma needs no introduction- a destructive batsman in his own right who has well appreciated and acknowledged by fans for this captaincy and leadership quality. The veteran player has led Mumbai Indians to 5 IPL championships titles which is testament to his caliber as a true leader.

Meanwhile, under the leadership of newly inducted captain Hardik Pandya, Mumbai Indians have began their campaign on a disappointing note after losing 3 matches in a row, but the Men in Blue will look to bounce back in their next outing against Delhi on Sunday.
On the other hand, rumours are making rounds that Rohit Sharma is upset with the franchise he may leave Mumbai Indians and make himself available for the mega auctions in 2025.