One or 100 matches, it is an honor to lead: Rohit Sharma

NEW DELHI: Rohit Sharma He has enjoyed a successful career as a limited captain, both for India and for Mumbai Indians , so much so that at one point, there was even talk of dividing the Indian captaincy into all formats.

The Rohit captaincy will once again be focused on the T20I series against Bangladesh, in which he will become a regular captain. virat Kohli , who has rested.

These things (the captaincy) are not in our hands. One or 100 games, it's an honor. When we were growing up, it was all about playing for the country. I have captained the team and the experience has been good and I don't think about how long I should be captain. Every time I have the opportunity to captain the team, I try to enjoy it, Rohit said at a promotional event here Thursday.

By the way, last year when he was asked the captaincy question after he led India to the Asian Cup title, Rohit had responded with a smile: Now that we have won, I must be ready. When the opportunity comes, I will be ready.

Rohit has expressed a lot about giving players a longer rope, something that the team management has now taken note of.

Although Rohit is only a couple of days away from leading the team in a T20I, the rumor is more about India hosting the first day and night test at the Eden Gardens November 22 While there are fears about the event, Rohit said he personally looked forward to it.

I am very excited because it is the first time. I can't say anything about others, but I played a game in Duleep Trophy With pink ball and it was a good experience. The opportunity has arrived and we will try to do it well.

Rohit, who will seek to continue his purple patch with the bat against the Bangladeshis, said: I always try to do it right and for me, the idea is not to stop. My job is to continue acting and I see it that way. Either Bangladesh or the West Indies after that, or when we go to New Zealand, he said.

We were not bothered by pollution two years ago

On concerns about pollution levels in Delhi, Rohit said: I can't comment on the stage. But when we played Sri Lanka in a test match two years ago, it didn't affect us.