Rohit Sharma B’day: Surprise received before birthday, then Rohit Sharma gave tremendous return gift

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New Delhi. Indian captain Rohit Sharma has turned 36 on 30 April i.e. Sunday. Born on 30 April 1987 in Nagpur, Rohit’s 36th birthday is as special as his 26th birthday. In fact, 10 years ago, Rohit got a surprise from his birthday, then he gave a tremendous return gift by scoring a hat-trick just a day before. That hat-trick was the victory of Mumbai Indians as captain. In fact, Rohit became the captain of Mumbai for the first time in 2013 and as soon as he became the captain, he had given the team 3 consecutive wins.

He started his captaincy innings with a win and then went on to do wonders in Hitman. Under his captaincy, Mumbai became the most successful team in IPL history. Mumbai won maximum 5 titles. The reins of Mumbai are still in Rohit’s hands even after 10 years. He also completed 10 years as the captain of Mumbai before his 36th birthday.

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Rohit will do wonders on his birthday!

Mumbai is celebrating his achievement. On April 30, the team will take the field against Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians will dedicate this match to Rohit. Not only this, the match between Mumbai and Rajasthan will be the 1000th match of IPL history. That is, Rohit’s 36th birthday is going to be as special as his 26th birthday.

what happened on 26th birthday

It is about IPL 2013. On April 21, under the captaincy of Ricky Ponting, Mumbai lost the match to Delhi Daredevils. After this defeat, Ponting left the captaincy and in the middle of the season Rohit was handed over the command. Rohit captained Mumbai for the first time on Sachin Tendulkar’s birthday i.e. 24 April and defeated Kolkata Knight Riders. Defeating Royal Challengers Bangalore on 27 April and then Kings XI Punjab on 29 April, scored a hat-trick of victories.

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Mumbai Indians champion under Rohit’s captaincy

2013: Became champion for the first time by defeating Chennai Super Kings
2015: Became champion for the second time after defeating Chennai
2017: Defeated Rising Pune Supergiants to become champions for the third time
2019: Became champion for the fourth time by defeating Chennai Super Kings
2020: Mumbai became champions for the 5th time after defeating Delhi Capitals

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