IND Vs NZ 3rd ODI : Watch BCCI drop a 2 word tweet amid Rohit-Virat rift

IND Vs NZ 3rd ODI : Watch BCCI drop a 2 word tweet amid Rohit-Virat rift
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India’s start to 2023 so far has been near perfect as they have climbed on top of white ball cricket rankings once again. There is not much to complain as of now and just a few more finishing touches could make them a World cup winning side later this year.

The Blues registered 2 consecutive whitewashing – first Sri-Lanka and then New Zealand by 3-0 yesterday to become the no.1 ODI team. This momentum will help Rahul Dravid’s men with almost 10 months to go for the World cup. The team will now gear up for another kiwi test in the shortest format before facing Australia in the Border-Gavaskar trophy.

It’s going to be a long home season and players must tune in to break the drought of winning a major silverware. For that, every player needs to be on the same page and communicate well with each other. And a famous “rumored” indifference between India’s 2 most important players Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli has been shrugged off by the BCCI.

The rumors first sparked in 2018 for unknown reasons but if there was anything like that then it is no more in existence. The BCCI shared a precious exchange of smiles and appreciation between Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli during India’s win against the Blackcaps yesterday.

In case you don’t know, Rohit Sharma got to his 30th ODI Century – 3 years after his 29th against Australia. It was a long awaited Ton and the Hitman after many attempts, finally converted the double figures into triple. And it did not come alone. Shubhman Gill scored his 4th ODI Century and 3rd in the space of 9 days.

But Rohit Sharma’s broken deadlock, Virak Kohli’s reinvented self and immense potential in the middle-order means India’s batting woes will be put to rest. However, the hot topic is that “All is Well” between the Skipper and the former Skipper.


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