India will confront Sri Lanka in the first of the two-match Test series beginning from March 4 (Friday) in Mohali. This is additionally the initial occasion when Rohit Sharma will be driving India in the red ball format of the game.
Virat Kohli quit the captaincy in the South Africa in January and selectors felt that Rohit is the adept decision to take over for the present as the skipper.
Rohit Sharma is known to give a few interesting question and answer sessions and India’s new all-design captain was grinding away once more in front of the initial Test of the series.
Addressing media, he was enjoyed an amusing discussion with one of the columnists who found out if the match will be played on the outfield as he was not talking anything regarding the pitch.
Answering to this inquiry, Rohit Sharma cleverly expressed that no one is asking him such inquiries. He additionally said that it is just really great for him on the off chance that he isn’t being posed inquiries regarding the group blend. In any case, the 34-year-old was blissful after he was gotten some information about the group at long last returning.
“Sahi sawaal to koi puch hi nahi raha hai. Ye sahi sawaal hai jo abhi aap puch rahe ho. Crowd aa raha hai ki nahi, pitch kaisa hai, kya team combination hai. Ye to koi puch hi nahi raha hai, mere liye accha hai,” stated hilariously by Rohit Sharma.
In the mean time, the Mohali Test is Virat Kohli’s 100th in the organisation and with swarm returning, Rohit Sharma felt that it will be really great for his ancestor and his group also. Talking about the pitch, he felt that it was a little dry which implies it will help the spinners as the game advances.
“Pitch is a little dry. The weather is cold in the morning, goes up to 28 degrees in the afternoon. It’s a typical Indian pitch. It’s a very good thing that crowd is coming back. Kohli is playing his 100th and it will be good for him as well as the team,”further said by Rohit Sharma.
— BCCI (@BCCI) March 3, 2022