The first Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy is being played between India and Australia in Nagpur. The Australian team was bundled out for 177 runs on the first day. The first wicket of the innings was in the name of Mohammad Siraj. He dismissed Usman Khawaja, while Ravindra Jadeja stole the limelight with his five-wicket haul. Ashwin also got 3 wickets. Apart from these two, captain and opener Rohit Sharma also scored a half century.
Despite this, the thing that is being discussed the most on social media is the behavior of Rohit Sharma. Actually, something happened on the field during the match that the fans are not tired of praising captain Rohit Sharma on Twitter. What happened was that a drinks break was taken in the 10th over of the Australian innings. On the field, fast bowler Mohammad Siraj drank water by touching the bottle. After this Captain Rohit was also seen drinking water from the same bottle.
The video of this moment started going viral on social media. Everyone is praising this behavior of Rohit Sharma. This is also commendable because a video went viral after reaching Nagpur before the match, in which Mohammed Siraj was seen refusing to apply welcome tilak while entering the hotel. Apart from him, Team India’s young fast bowler Umran Malik, batting coach Vikram Rathor and coaching staff member Hari also refused to apply Tilak.
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When this video went viral, Umran Malik and Siraj were criticized on social media, but now when Rohit Sharma has behaved like this, he is being praised. It is necessary to mention here that earlier Umran Malik was seen getting Tilak applied on many occasions.
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