Nine IPL franchises have reportedly objected to the idea of Mumbai Indians playing at the Wankhede Stadium.

Rohit Sharma, the vice-captain of India in shorter formats, is ready to win the upcoming T20 World Cup for his team. The veteran of Indian cricket recently recalled how inexperienced players came together and won the inaugural edition of the T20 World Cup in 2007.

Rohit also mentioned that the Men in Blue will leave no stones unturned to repeat the performance in the UAE.

“Sep 24th, 2007, Johannesburg. The day when a billion dreams came true. Who would have thought back then that a relatively inexperienced, young team like ours would end up creating history!! It’s been 14 years since, we’ve come a long way, we’ve created many more histories, we’ve had our setbacks, we struggled, but it didn’t break our spirits,” wrote Rohit.

“Because we never give up. We give it all!!! This @icc #T20WorldCup each one of us is going to give everything to repeat history. We’re coming for it, the trophy is ours. India, let’s make it happen. I am #InItToWinIt,” he added.

Rohit was one of the unsung heroes of Team India’s World Cup triumph.

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