Rohit Sharma burst onto the scene with his T20 World Cup heroics as a 20-year-old boy and now after all these years, he is leading team India and he will certainly want to repeat MS Dhoni’s heroics and win the T20 World Cup for the 2nd time.
Rohit -led Team India are ready and are raring to go for the World Cup title. The Indian team which flew out to Australia on October 6, 2022, are currently training and preparing themselves for the much-awaited T20 World Cup. In the lead-up to their opening match against Pakistan, team India played their first warm-up match against Australia and defeated them by a margin of six runs.
SKIPPER SHARMA SAID:
Firstly I am honoured by the responsibility that has been assigned to me. This is my first World Cup as team India’s captain so I am looking forward to it. It gives us a great opportunity to come out and do something special, so pretty excited about that. Everytime you come for the World Cup, it is a great feeling. The boys are quite pumped up. We had a great prep in Perth. As I have mentioned before, the World Cup without any grain of doubt is a big event, but at the same time, we have made a constant effort not to talk about it that much. We do not want to overthink the possibilities of making it to the semis or the finals and want to stay in the present. This will allow us to execute our plans better.