Rohit Sharma said now there is a need to do something different (Photo: PTI)
New Delhi: Another ICC title slipped from the hands of Team India. The wait for the dream with which Rohit Sharma had reached England has now extended till October-November this year. The ODI World Cup is to be held in India in October-November, for which Rohit Sharma has already indicated a change. Are. This change will happen in the way of thinking and playing of the team. After losing the WTC Final in England, the Indian captain said that to win the ODI World Cup, now we have to think and do something different.
Let us tell you that India has been waiting for the ICC title for the last 10 years. The last time he won this title was in the form of Champions Trophy played in England in the year 2013. ODI World Cup is going to be organized in India after 12 years. Earlier, when the 2011 World Cup was played in the Indian subcontinent, it was won by India. In such a situation, if nothing happens this time, then his pressure will remain on the Indian team.
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Need to separate for ODI World Cup – Rohit Sharma
In such a situation, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said, “We will try to play in a different way in the ODI World Cup to be held in October-November. This match will win, that match will win, we will not keep anyone in this mess. He said that what happens is that it does not happen as we think. So now we have to change our perspective and do something different. Our objective will be clear. The message will be clear. Rohit said these things after the humiliating defeat by 209 runs in the WTC Final.
Foresight was also clearly visible in Rohit’s statement. He said that the team will have to learn to deal with the hype of the ODI World Cup to be held in India. According to the Indian captain, he has given freedom to his boys to play freely. He can play his shots when he feels like it. Can hit the ball. It is very clear within the team and it is for all the three formats. We don’t want to play under pressure.
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