India defeated Australia in a three-match T20I series on Sunday night, but captain Rohit Sharma still needs to work on a few things ahead of the T20 World Cup in Australia next month.
Rohit is unconcerned since he still has three games versus South Africa to play and because he is aware of his team’s strength. The Mumbaikar is known for supporting his teammates and is willing to go above and beyond to “accommodate” some of his teammates who are acting a little strangely. He is the epitome of a team player.
Going into the World Cup, Rohit has at least three problems to deal with. The first is the return to form of players like Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel.
The Indians in this series suffered in the death-overs, which is the other section. Bhuvneshwar Kumar is under a lot of pressure, but Rohit believes the bowler has the talent to recover from current mindset. “It’s critical that we give him that room.
The debate between Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant is the third element. In the Asia Cup and this series, the Indians have alternated between the two. “Before the World Cup, I wanted both of these players to have played in a number of games.”