Team India has reached America to play the T20 series against the West Indies, where he has to play the first match on August 3. Before this match, Team India’s Deputy Captain Rohit Sharma has said a great deal. Rohit Sharma has posted a post on his Twitter account and wrote that I am not just for the team but also for the country. This statement of Rohit Sharma is very much appreciated.
Prior to leaving the West Indies tour, Shastri had said that no player in the team plays bigger than the team. The way players play, they play in the team’s interest. If there was a dispute then there is no consistency in performance. After this statement of Kohli-Shastri, Rohit’s reply like this shows that everything inside the team is not going well.
The news of differences between captain Kohli and Rohit Sharma came to the fore since the end of the World Cup in 2019. However, before going to the West Indies tour, Virat Kohli refuted the news of this kind of ‘ridiculous’ and ‘derogatory’ in the press conference. Addressing the media on Monday, Kohli said, “In my opinion, it is strange to read the news of all these fights and controversy.
Rohit Sharma, who has scored the fastest century with five hundred in the World Cup, is in great form these days and is expected to continue his form on the Caribbean soil as well. Rohit, who has scored the most runs against West Indies against India in T20 International matches, has also scored a century in the small format of cricket against this team.