Aakash Chopra chooses two players of Mumbai Indians in mega auction for IPL 2022. Chopra has suggested on the players the Mumbai Indians. It must retain ahead of the mega auction for IPL 2022. He expressed his views on his YouTube channel. Also, strike the Rajasthan Royals following their loss to Kolkata Knight Riders.
Mumbai Indians have one of the leading line-ups. In addition, an Indian contingent within the IPL. It has helped them win five titles. The likes of Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishan Kishan, and Suryakumar Yadav form the group. However, Chopra feels not all are obvious retentions.
Chopra expresses that Mumbai Indians must retain their captain Rohit Sharma. Also, their pace spearheads Jasprit Bumrah. He feels with only two players allowed for retention before the mega auction. Sharma and Bumrah should be the frontrunners.
“The two obvious names Mumbai Indians should retain are Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah. You can also think of Hardik Pandya, Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, and Kieron Pollard. However, Sharma and Bumrah should be the two biggest retentions as franchises can only keep a couple of players ahead of the mega auction,” Chopra said.
Moreover, the Mumbai Indians walked as favorites for IPL 2021. Also, these things haven’t transpired as per expectations. Kishan and Yadav have been the biggest disappointments after shining last year. Hence, they will most likely miss out on a playoff spot this season.
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In the following Rajasthan’s 86-run loss to Kolkata on Thursday. Chopra was shocked to see the series of changes. Also, made throughout the tournament. He highlighted the need for an overhaul of the franchise ahead of IPL 2022.
Aakash Chopra chooses, “Rajasthan needs to press the reboot button as I’m baffled by the selections. They first played Mayank Markande, then Shreyas Gopal dropped Gopal, involved Anuj Rawat, before that played Akash Singh and threw Kuldip Yadav into the mix, and before that featured Jaydev Unadkat. Thus, it’s beyond my understanding to see these many changes,” Chopra said.