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Brett Lee names world’s most dangerous batsman

The biggest event in the cricketing world in Indian premier league is here and the fans are excited to the core to see their stars in action after a long time. It was a supreme effort from BCCI to conduct the IPL in this crisis situation and it is all set for a grand opening on September 19th.

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The former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee was asked to pick the most dangerous batsman in the world till date for which he chose the Indian vice captain in the white ball format, Rohit Sharma.

Brett Lee predicts big things for Rohit Sharma

The 4 time IPL winning captain Rohit Sharma has always been an underperformer when it comes to IPL. It’s a known fact that Rohit Sharma is the destructive opener in internationals but the Mumbai Indians captains has been an underachiever as far as IPL is concerned. This is purely in regards to his potential. Rohit Sharma still has a good track record as far as IPL is concerned.
Rohit Sharma has 4898 runs at an average of 31 and at a strike rate of 130. When a fan asked Brett Lee to picks the most dangerous batsman, Brett Lee said, “I’m predicting big things for Rohit Sharma this IPL.”

“The most important thing for Rohit Sharma is firstly to score runs for Mumbai Indians. He has got to be a good leader but I think being a good leader is a combination of leading from the front in terms of scoring runs and hopefully the rest of the team will take care of itself,” Brett Lee said in an interview to Star sports, “cricket connected”

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What Rohit Sharma has to say?

When asked about Hitman’s batting position, the captain himself said that,
“I think I opened the entire tournament last year and will continue to do that even in this year.”
Rohit Sharma also feels that adaptability will be the key for them as the conditions will be new to them when compared to their home base in India, Wankhede.

“The challenge for us will be to adapt to these conditions here which probably none of us are used to, because not a lot of cricketers from our group have played here,” Rohit Sharma concluded.

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