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Rohit Sharma Cried after the Win against England

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Rohit Cried After Match

The revenge of Rohit Sharma is complete, spanning from Adelaide to Guyana. After losing by ten wickets, Rohit and India stormed into the T20 World Cup final, scooping up all ten of their opponents’ wickets. After their chances of making it to the T20 World Cup final were shattered, Rohit’s emotional breakdown in the dugout will always be remembered. Two years later, India finally got their comeuppance, crushing England by 68 runs in a one-sided match to advance to their second World Cup final in as many months.

While Rohit and the lads should celebrate their victory, there is still more work to be done. The last. in two days. While the rest of the squad was in disarray, Rohit remained composed and understood the gravity of the situation. Soon after shaking hands and sharing pleasantries after India defeated England for 103 in their pursuit of 172, Rohit sat alone on the dressing room balcony, lost in contemplation. Rohit’s teammate Virat Kohli made an effort to make his captain smile, or at least try to cheer him up. It was not to be, though. Seated in that chair, Rohit’s laser-like concentration was already fixed on Saturday’s matchup with South Africa.

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Rohit the Consistent Captain

“Rohit Sharma’s expression of relief is seen there. occupying that chair. How could he be thinking this? He is already glancing toward Bridgetown, I assure you. What’s in store for the final on Saturday?” In his analysis, former India head coach Ravi Shastri captured the essence of the captain’s disposition brilliantly.

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Rohit has guided India to three ICC finals in the past year: this one, the 50-overs World Cup in November, and the World Test Championship in June 2023. It is true that everyone stated seven months ago that this is India’s best opportunity to win a World Cup, but what lays ahead in only 36 hours is even greater. The two undefeated teams in the competition should logically advance to the T20 World Cup final. However, India may not find a better chance to put an end to a torturous ten-year wait.