Rohit Sharma Trolled Pakistan
Indian opener Rohit Sharma torn apart the Pakistan attack by smashing blazing 140 runs off just 113 balls and helped India register their consecutive seventh win against Pakistan in World Cups.
In an intense encounter with arch-rivals, Pakistan India registered an 89 run victory maintaining their 100% win record in World cup 2019. India posted a gigantic total of 336/5 in 50 overs, but Pakistan couldn’t absorb the pressure and was restricted to 212/6 in 40 overs, the 10 overs were whitewashed due to rain and Duckworth Lewis Method.
After the press conference when Rohit Sharma was asked “As a colleague who would you suggest to Pakistan batsmen, how can they come out of the crisis?” by a journalist. This is how he responded, “If I ever become Pakistan coach, I will let you know, what I can say right now”.
Q: How do you suggest Pakistan batsmen come out of the current crisis?
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) June 17, 2019
Rohit Sharma Trolled Pakistan: He is in red hot form in this ICC World Cup 2019 with 2 centuries and a half-century under his belt. When Rohit was asked about his phenomenal success, he credited his newborn daughter as the reason behind her success.
“It’s just the space I’m in right now; having a newly born daughter in my life has put me in a really good space. I am enjoying my cricket coming off from a great IPL campaign. Here we were focussed on starting well and I think as a team we are heading in the right direction,” said Rohit.
When Rohit Sharma was asked to rank his latest hundred, he refused to state it’s very tough’ to judge the performances when you are playing for your country as all such knocks are ‘really really important’ for the team.
“I am sure if I get another hundred next game you will ask me the same question. It’s hard to put any knock on top because all those knocks you play for your country are really really important so it’s very tough.”
India will now clash Afghanistan on June 22 at Southampton.
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