ENG VS IND: ‘He Is Watching The Game From Outside’: Rohit Sharma’s Stern Response To Kapil Dev
ENG VS IND: After Suryakumar Yadav nearly led his team beyond the finish line in the third and final Twenty20 match against India, England was able to claw out a victory as a consolation. The right-handed hitter scored an impressive 117 runs from just 55 balls, including 14 fours and 6 sixes. Demonstrating his skill in the shortest format. However, when he was out in the last over, it ended India’s hopes of a whitewash. Puts the side in an embarrassing situation. Want to bet on cricket on the move? Discover India’s best betting site here on our site.
India needed 21 from the final six balls to win, but Chris Jordan gave England the victory. Jordan claimed two wickets in the final three balls as India finished with a score of 198-9. Suryakumar played all over the field and was being himself, but Virat Kohli continued his much-discussed lean patch.
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ENG VS IND: Virat Kohli’s Recent Form
Before Suryakumar took over at Trent Bridge, India was in trouble at 31-3 after the former captain was bowled out for just 11. When he hit a straight six from David Willey for a four, Kohli appeared to be his old flamboyant self. But as he attempted to blast a third straight boundary, he was caught at cover.
He has only scored 12 runs in two innings, and the Twenty20 team is calling for him to be fired. However, the team’s current captain Rohit Sharma has defended Kohli. Claiming that when giving players opportunities, the squad goes through a “thinking process.” It was a response to what Kapil Dev had said about Kohli.
ENG VS IND: “We Have Our Thought Process”: Rohit Sharma
The former player had stated that Kohli must improve and that if Ravichandran Ashwin, the spinner, could be dropped from the Test squad, then even Virat might be dropped from the Twenty20 team. Despite Kohli’s unimpressive performance in international cricket, Rohit disagreed with Kapil Dev’s remarks and claimed he only observed the match from the outside and had no idea what was happening inside.
“He is watching the game from outside and does not know what is happening inside. We have our thought process. We build our team and behind this, there is a lot of thinking. So, whatever is happening outside is not important but what is happening inside is more important for us. If you talk about form then everyone goes through ups and downs. When a player is doing well for so many years, then one or two bad series does not make him a bad player.”Said Rohit during a post-match press conference
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