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  1. For someone whose career was at the crossroads and faced an uncertain future as a middle-order batsman, Rohit Sharma has undeniably come a long way to become one of the most destructive openers in international cricket. His ascension to the top of the order didn't just give a second wind to his career, but also allowed the Mumbai cricketer to become an irreplaceable asset for Team India. From carrying the baton for his side in crunch matches, taking some of the best bowling attacks to the cleaners to bulldozing his way to envious batting records, the 33-year-old, over the years, has undeniably established himself as one of the best in the business. Today, Rohit is regarded as the double-hundred expert, six-hitting machine and an IPL-winning phenomenon - feats that others can only dream of. © Twitter/@mipaltan A young Rohit began spending countless hours playing cricket with his uncles who all played the game at school and college levels. Soon, his uncles realised his potential and pitched in Rs 50 each to get him enrolled in Dinesh Lad's cricket camp in 1999. It was Lad who didn't just transform Rohit from an off-spinner to a strokeful batsman, but also helped him in getting a scholarship to change his school to attain better cricket facilities. From there on, Rohit went from scoring a century on his Harris Shield debut to soon rising through the ranks in domestic cricket. While his childhood coach Lad is often credited for Rohit's rise as a cricketer, the Indian opener is also in debt of his uncles who, too, played a key role in his inspirational cricketing journey from playing in Mumbai's suburbs to opening the innings for India. © Reuters "I have broken a lot of window glasses. There was a police complaint against me for breaking glasses. Once police came and threatened to put me in jail if repeated. All the neighbours were troubled by us daily (breaking glasses). There were three to four of us who always played cricket. Later we used to go to grounds and play but we never completely let go of playing in our building. We never gave up on that," the right-hander said on the chat show. Rohit isn't the only one who faced backlash for his sporting abilities growing up as a kid in the neighbourhood, a lot of children still find themselves answering for broken glasses and witness their gully-cricket contests coming to an abrupt end with the confiscation of their cricket balls. But, in Rohit's case, we bet his neighbours would no longer be complaining, for it was their broken windows that played their part in turning Rohit into a match-winner for India. View the full article
  2. The world record holder for the highest individual score by a batsman in the history of One-Day International (ODI) cricket. The only player to have scored three double hundreds in the 50-over format. The man with most number of centuries in the history of Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is). Rohit Sharma is as big and as respected as they come in international cricket. Starting his career as a middle-order batsman, Rohit struggled to find his feet and cement his position in the Indian team early on in his career. By stroke of sheer luck, the Mumbai batsman was handed the responsibility of opening the innings for India and since then, there has been no turning back for the marauding right-hander. Today, he is recognised as a vital cog in the Indian batting line-up and a swashbuckling opening batsman who is capable of tearing any bowling attack apart on the cricket field. His artistry with the willow has not only earned him plaudits from the greats, but also allowed him to win multiple honours. © Instagram/@rohitsharma45 Spending time with his uncles who were all cricketers at school and college levels early in their lives, it was quite obvious for Rohit to fall in love with cricket. After playing for countless hours in the streets of his grandparents' residence, Rohit's cricketing ambitions were given a boost by his loving uncles who pitched in Rs 50 each to get him enrolled in a cricket camp in 1999. Starting his cricketing endeavours as an off-spinner who could bat a little, Dinesh Lad, who was running the cricket camp, spotted the ability of Rohit as a batsman. Soon, he advised Rohit to change his school to 'Swami Vivekanand International School' which had better cricket facilities. But, given his family's condition, Rohit told his coach that he wouldn't be able to afford the school. Just when things looked bleak, Rohit found a saviour in his coach Lad who got him a scholarship that finally saw him move to the Vivekanand school. Honing the skills with better facilities at his new school, Rohit underwent a crucial transformation from being a spinner to becoming a potent opening batsman - something that was visible in his Harris and Giles Shield debut where he scored a century as an opener. © Reuters But, while Team India, under the leadership of MS Dhoni, went on to win the inaugural World T20, Rohit, from thereon, couldn't justify his place in the national side. Batting in the middle-order and failing to prove his worth with the willow, Rohit remained in and out of the Indian team for five frustrating years and even missed out on being selected for the 2011 World Cup. Rohit's inconsistent run reached to a disastrous low in 2012 where he scored just 168 runs in the whole calendar year at an unbelievably poor average of 12.92 with just one fifty to his name. But, despite his poor form, Dhoni showed his faith in Rohit when he asked him to open the innings for India in the 2013 Champions Trophy - a move that went on to change the career of the Mumbai batsman. And, since then, there has been no turning back for Rohit. View the full article
  3. Shahid Kapoor was last seen in Kabir Singh, the most controversial film of his career, however, the film was a smash hit at the Box Office despite the tidal wave of criticism it received, particularly towards Shahid's character. Not only this, the film was named the most-searched film to top the list of Google Indiaâs 019 trends leaving behind filmâs like Joker, Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel and Uri: The Surgical Strike. View this post on InstagramItâs never too late to chase your dream. #Jersey . . The journey begins. @GowtamNaidu @MrunalOfficial2016 @ItsAlluAravind @AmanTheGill @SriVenkateshwaraCreationsA post shared by (@shahidkapoor) Now, after the success of Kabir Singh, the audience is waiting for Shahid Kapoorâs Telugu remake of Jersey. The actor is all set to play a cricketer in the film and is doing everything possible to get into character and according to TOI, he is now being trained by Rohit Sharmaâs coach and mentor Dinesh Lad. The makers of Jersey, besides roping in the noted coach to train Shahid, are also ensuring that the actor is getting trained under State-level Ranji Trophy coaches as well. View this post on Instagram#jersey #prepA post shared by (@shahidkapoor) Shahid is also going to be trained by an eight-member team that will include certified trainers and experts. The actor has already played cricket at college and club-level events and now, all this intensive training is sure to help him to get into the skin of his character perfectly. Being trained by Mr Lad is nothing but a privilege, anyone who knows anything about cricket is aware of that fact, and Shahid too can't wait to hone his skills under the skilled coach. View this post on InstagramZig Kinetica_Experience energy in action! #EnergyAmplified #SportTheUnexpected #ZIGKinetica @reebokindiaA post shared by (@shahidkapoor) He has already taken a few sessions from Mr Lad on batting techniques and has also learned different stroke styles from the coach. The audience is already thrilled to see the first look of the film nd is eagerly expecting another hit from the acclaimed actor. Half of the film has already been shot and Shahid is still continuing to train under state-level coaches. The film is currently being shot in Haryana and the actor is training under the state coaches for the same. View this post on InstagramMissing my boys. #throwbackA post shared by (@shahidkapoor) Jersey is likely to be released on August 28, 2020. Excited to see this one? Let us know what you expect from this movie in the comments section below. View the full article
  4. Rohit Shetty was asked on what aspect he looks at closely while observing the monitor during the filming
  5. Pioneering off-road setups, absolute indestructibility and the ability to never stall, ever - thereâs a lot of reasons to pick a Land Rover - especially if you happen to be a movie chase-scene villain. This year marks the release of No Time To Die in April - Daniel Craigâs last romp as the besuited, suave and very, very secret⦠agent, James Bond. The filmâs trailer puts a firm emphasis on high-stakes chase scenes - opening up with some sick shots of Bond behind the wheel of the classic Aston Martin DB5. Neat, huh? Things were taken up a notch when we got a peek at this incredible stunt showcase from Land Rover - highlighting the best of the new Defender 110 X platformâs ruggedness, stability and performance. They really should start testing vehicles on action film sets. The Defender 110 is a mid-wheelbase sized model that clearly seems capable of going through anything thrown at it - from swampland to rivers, hill climbs and pretty insane jumps - weâre seriously left wondering what wonder-stuff the suspension is made of. The chase sequence, which should be one of the highlights in the movie was led by stunt coordinator, Lee Morrison working alongside Oscar winner and special effects, action vehicles supervisor Chris Corbould. A total of 10 Defenders were used in the making of the movie, including the seventh Defender built carrying the '007' VIN number. Also featured in the video are some Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC motorcycles - another british motoring icon thatâs been ripping up off-road tracks the world over. © Triumph/Land Rover The Defender 110 was spotted in India as well, early this January, in the form of a camouflaged test mule. © Motorbeam Under the hood, Land Rover will be offering the car with a variety of engines with two power ranges; a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine that makes 300PS of power and a 3.0-litre in-line six with a supercharger and 48V mild-hybrid tech that puts out 404PS of max power - nothing to laugh at. Meanwhile, the diesel variant Ingenium D200 2.0-litre diesel engine makes 200PS, while the D240 is tuned to produce 240 PS of peak power. All of this comes mated to LRâs timeless 4x4 system, complete with one of the most sophisticated off road terrain-management systems you can buy. Speaking of buying, the Defender 110 is expected to cost somewhere between 80-95 lakh (ex-showroom). View the full article
  6. Following a dominant run at home in the last few months, the Indian cricket team has carried their prolific form to New Zealand where they are currently enjoying a 4-0 lead in the five-match T20I series. After securing consecutive wins in the first two games, the visiting side held their nerve to register two more victories on the back of calm and composed 'Super Over' finishes. While the successive wins have got the Indian cricket fans celebrating their team's success, the series win has left Virat Kohli and his teammates fairly relaxed and in a jovial mood. And, while everyone seems to be enjoying their time in New Zealand, Yuzvendra Chahal clearly stands out. When they trying to copy my shot ?????? not bad keep it up youngsters ?????? @BCCI ???? pic.twitter.com/1tirLi1eS8 â Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) January 28, 2020 The Indian leg-spinner might have cemented his spot in the Indian team on the back of his bowling skills, but it's his wit and sense of humour that has made him a big hit with Indian fans. Whether it's his hilarious interviews or unbelievably funny remarks on social media, Chahal continues to entertain everyone with his exploits off the field. Following India's thrilling win in the 4th T20I, Chahal shared a TikTok video where he was seen shaking a leg alongside his Team India mates. Shreyas Iyer, who was seen standing right next to Chahal, looked the best of the lot, acing all the steps. Newbie Shivam Dube was also seen dancing right at the back. But, there was a fourth person, donning a cap, in the middle of the pack who left everyone confused. Off field performance on point ?? pic.twitter.com/2LRswnVWNs â Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) February 1, 2020 As soon as Chahal shared the video on Twitter with the caption: "Off-field performance on point", the netizens instantly became obsessed with the idea of ascertaining the identity of the mystery man. While some claimed it was Rohit Sharma, others opined that it was probably Rishabh Pant who has been overlooked for the ongoing series. Face kaun chupa rakha ? Rohit/Pant? â Pranshu?? (@_ThatBeardguy) February 1, 2020Cap person is Rohit Sharma ???????? â HITMAN ROCKY (@Rockykiccha45) February 1, 2020Whoz the guy wearing cap..!! Jadav..?? â P#!|#!^! (@I_am_Prithivi) February 1, 2020No foot movement ??, definitely Rohit hai ?? â Anuj Manocha (@anujmanocha_) February 1, 2020Wo piche Sharma ji ka launda muh isliye chupa rha hai na kyuki Gupta,Mishra aur Chaudhary ji Kahenge ki dekho Sharma ji ka ladka Kya Kya karta hai.. â Tooth Mechanic?????? (@Stomatologist26) February 1, 2020@yuzi_chahal is he @IamSanjuSamson wearing the cap & hiding his face? â Ritesh Guru (@RitGuru) February 1, 2020 View the full article
  7. Indian cricket has witnessed numerous batsmen who have managed to capture the imagination of cricket fans over the years. But, in modern-day cricket, no one even comes close to the might and popularity of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, who continue to help India pull off miracles on the field. While Kohli has carved his niche as one of the most consistent run-scorers in international cricket, Rohit has earned plaudits for his knack of scoring big runs in dire situations. The Indian duo was at their prolific best, hammering opposition bowlers all around the park, during their team's dominating home season last year. And, it appears that there is no stopping these two this year either. © Reuters During his innings that came at a strike rate of over 140, Kohli became India's leading run-getter in the shortest version of the game. The right-handed batsman was 25 runs away from the milestone before the start of the third game. As he completed his 25th run, Kohli surpassed his predecessor MS Dhoni's tally of 1,112 runs to achieve the feat. When it comes to the overall list, Kohli now finds himself at the third spot with a tally of 1,125 runs as captain. He is only behind South Africa's Faf du Plessis (1,273 runs) and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson (1,148 runs) who currently occupy the second and first spot in the coveted list. © Twitter/@BCCI On the day, when Kohli etched his name in the history books for a milestone that will take some doing, Rohit impressed everyone by stepping up at a time when India needed it the most. While he might not be as consistent as one would like, there is no denying the batting talent this incredible right-hander brings to the table. View the full article
  8. For a batsman whose cricket career got a second wind after his ascension to the top of the order, Rohit Sharma has undoubtedly come a long way to establish his reputation as one of the most feared openers in international cricket. His effortless batting display continues to aid Team India and, more often than not, has a tendency of capturing the imagination of cricket fans. The right-hander had a brilliant run last year. He set the ICC World Cup on fire by scoring a record five hundreds and finished the 2019 edition of the coveted tournament as its highest run-scorer. He was particularly rampant in ODIs, amassing a staggering 1,490 runs in 28 matches at a brilliant average of 57.30 last year. © Reuters While Indian captain Virat Kohli hogs the limelight for his consistency, Rohit, too, had managed to carve his own niche with the willow. That's probably why Pakistani great Zaheer Abbas loves watching him play on the field. “I don't move from the television screen when he (Rohit) is batting. His batting gives me real satisfaction and watching him play is pure bliss. I admire the way he creates a shot and plays where he wants to. He picks up the ball very early and that is special,” Abbas was quoted as saying by Times Now. Following a brilliant run in 2019, the Mumbai batsman was rested in India's 2-0 win against Sri Lanka in the recently-concluded T20I series. But, the Indian opener was back in action, being on the verge of shattering numerous records, as India locked horns with Australia in the three-match ODI series. From being on the verge of becoming the second-fastest batsmen to score 9000 ODI runs to becoming the first Indian to smash 100 international sixes against a single team, Rohit was in running for as many as five records which were expected to be shattered by him going into the 1st ODI between India and Australia at the iconic Wankhede stadium in Mumbai on 14th January. First ball boundary for Rohit Sharma ðð#INDvsAUS pic.twitter.com/Ru6xGgZx7V — Vinesh Prabhu (@vlp1994) January 14, 2020 Opening the innings with Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit looked in ominous touch as he creamed Mitchell Starc's juicy half-volley through covers for a first-ball boundary. The fourth delivery of the first over saw him surviving a run-out scare, but another exquisite boundary through covers on the very next ball had everyone anticipating another batting masterclass from the right-handed batsman. After a few quiet overs, Starc's cross-seam delivery bamboozled Rohit into giving a simple, low catch to David Warner at mid-off. For a batsman whose last three ODI scores against Australia read: 95, 56 and 57, Rohit left the home fans wanting for more following his cheap dismissal. © Twitter/@BCCI While Team India's 'Hitman' was sent back into the hut for a mediocre score of just 10 runs, he still managed to achieve a personal milestone. Despite his early dismissal, Rohit became the fastest batsman to score 1000 runs against Australia at home. He took just 18 innings to achieve the feat, leaving Sachin Tendulkar (19 innings), Kohli (19 innings) and Eoin Morgan (25 innings) in his wake. But, despite his personal feat, Rohit failed to impress the Indian cricket fans who were probably expecting their star player to cut a sorry figure for the Australian bowlers by scoring big. Rohit Sharma after hitting 10 runs for his team #INDvsAUS pic.twitter.com/IQjYBfuxW7 — Akshay Savaliya (@1998savaliyaak1) January 14, 2020 Solid foundation of 10 runs by Rohit Sharma. Now, it is up to the other players to build the innings based on this foundation and respect the sacrifice of Rohit Sharma. #INDvAUS — Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) January 14, 2020 Rohit Sharma & left arm pacers pic.twitter.com/yLuiW24UJe — The Alchemist (@ponananthvs) January 14, 2020 Rohit Sharma rn. #INDvsAUS pic.twitter.com/O6hfrki9U4 — Aditiið (@Sassy_Soul_) January 14, 2020 #INDvsAUS In Every Situation We Stand With You @ImRo45 ðâ¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/v3YNTA5qxU — âï¸ð°ï¸âï¸TA ••ð¯_Fð (@Mamtavermaa) January 14, 2020 True! Can't trust him!! — â (@HelicopterShott) January 14, 2020 Looool stat padder Rohit Sharma again fails vs a good team and his fans be like he better than Tendulkar. Loooooool eat shit pricks — Wajdi (@1_plate_biryani) January 14, 2020 Virat Kohli sacrificing his one down place just for making a place for flop Rohit Sharma in the team Rohit Fans:#INDvsAUS pic.twitter.com/QeNOqZ5EyY — Sarcastic Patriotic Indians (@SARCASTIC_PI) January 14, 2020 Rohit Sharma failing to get going against the Yellow brigade! Well, that's not a rare sight, isn't it?! @ChennaiIPL #INDvsAUS — Sarath Menon (@sarathcastic) January 14, 2020 But thalaiva... Out ððð pic.twitter.com/DePz2JAePW — @tamizhð (@smile_tamizh143) January 14, 2020 View the full article
  9. For someone who once struggled to get going as a middle-order batsman, Rohit Sharma has undeniably come a long way to become one of the most destructive openers in limited-overs cricket. His impeccable stroke play and lazy elegance has often cut sorry figures for some of the best bowling attacks in international cricket. Whether it's about posting mammoth totals or chasing big targets, the Mumbai batsman has, time and again, stepped up to aid the Indian cricket team in dire situations. Known to amass runs at will, it seems that Rohit can do no wrong this year where he has appeared to be in a class of his own. The right-handed batsman recently became the leading run-scorer in One-Day Internationals (ODIs) this year after slamming his 28th hundred during India's 107-run win over West Indies at Visakhapatnam. If his artistry with the willow has earned him plaudits, Rohit's exploits off the field also seem to have struck a chord with cricket fans. View this post on Instagram Many many happy returns my love, strength and game changer. Samaira and I are proud to have such a leading light in our lives â¤ï¸ð¥°ð @ritssajdeh A post shared by Rohit Sharma (@rohitsharma45) on Dec 20, 2019 at 11:05am PST After playing a key role in India's comeback in the three-match ODI series, Rohit took to Instagram and penned an adorable message for wife Ritika Sajdeh who is celebrating her birthday on 21st December. Sharing a series of photographs, Rohit wrote: "Many many happy returns my love, strength and game changer. Samaira and I are proud to have such a leading light in our lives". Rohit and Ritika got married on 13th December, 2015. The couple was blessed with their first child, a baby girl, named Samaira last year. The two have been going strong ever since and Rohit clearly missed his wife's presence as he is gearing up for the third and final ODI against West Indies in Cuttack on 22nd December. © Reuters Rohit Sharma has been in sensational form in 2019. Earlier in the year, he became the first batsman to hit five hundreds in a single edition of the World Cup and finished the tournament as the highest run-scorer. He made a cracking start to the year with a stylish 133 against Australia in Sydney on 12th January even as India lost the first of a 3-match ODI series. He was also among the runs in a historic series win over New Zealand before hitting back-to-back half-centuries against Australia at home. In the World Cup, Rohit hit an unbeaten 122 against South Africa to help India start with a win. After a 57 against Australia in the next game, he made 140 versus Pakistan in a high-voltage game at Manchester. And then came three successive hundreds against England, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka before a rare failure against New Zealand in the semi-final which India lost. After poor returns in the West Indies after the World Cup, Rohit Sharma returned to form with a swashbuckling century - incidentally, his first at home in 2019. Rohit, who joined an elite list of Indian batsmen after crossing 11,000 List A runs during his innings, is now also the leading run-scorer in ODIs this year. View the full article
  10. Arguably one of the most destructive openers in international cricket, Rohit Sharma has the ability to put some of the best bowlers in the sport to shame. His wide array of strokes often sees him cutting a sorry figure for the opposition bowling unit while giving Team India a flying start at the top. His artistry with the willow was recently in full display as India coasted to a 67-run triumph over West Indies in the 3rd Twenty20 International (T20I) at the Wankhede stadium. The right-hander slammed a breathtaking 34-ball 71 including six fours and five sixes to help India post an imposing total of 240 runs. Here he is...𤩠The new #LaLiga Brand Ambassador in India, Rohit Sharma! ð®ð³ðâ½â¨ Welcome, @ImRo45! ð¤ð pic.twitter.com/ecMsRb9rzS — LaLiga (@LaLigaEN) December 12, 2019 Following his blitzkrieg, which allowed India to secure a 2-1 series win, Rohit, once again, thronged social media after he was appointed by La Liga as their brand ambassador from India. The Mumbai cricketer has become the first individual from the country to be appointed as the ambassador of the popular Spanish football league. Hola India/España, as you guys know, football has always held a special place in my heart so this association is so special to me. And to be named the ambassador for the La Liga is so humbling. So excited for this partnership @LaLigaEN pic.twitter.com/prZFFSeHdV — Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) December 12, 2019 An ardent Real Madrid fan, the 'Hitman' revealed that football has always held a special place in his heart and he feels special by La Liga's gesture to appoint him as their brand ambassador. "Hola India/España, as you guys know, football has always held a special place in my heart so this association is so special to me. And to be named the ambassador for the La Liga is so humbling. So excited for this partnership @LaLigaEN," he wrote on Twitter. During the La Liga event in Mumbai, Rohit was asked to reveal the best footballer in the Indian cricket team. "I think MS Dhoni is the best footballer in our team," Rohit was quoted saying by India Today. The opening batsman also revealed that he prefers playing in a midfield role in warm-up football matches between Indian players. © Twitter "The captain decides who plays where. I love playing as a midfielder during warm-up matches because that's the most challenging spot. Football is played as a warm-up because it brings us together as a team makes our body active," Rohit added. Those who know Dhoni or perhaps have seen his biopic would know that football is nothing new to the former Indian captain. For someone who had started out as a goalkeeper in his school football team, Dhoni was turned into a wicket-keeper by his childhood coach after their cricket team's main keeper had pulled out due to exams. View the full article
  11. The Indian cricket team was made to look like one of those below average teams against Kieron Pollard's West Indies side in the second T20I match at the Greenfields Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. After winning the toss, Pollard decided to bowl first and despite getting a surprising beating at the hands of Shivam Dube in the first half of India's batting innings, were able to make amendments. Expertly gauging the changing pitch conditions with time, Pollard's bowlers were able to limit India's total to a sub-par 170. How do you feel about us chasing this? #IndvWI #ItsOurGame #MenInMaroon pic.twitter.com/VLSWECTtRB — Windies Cricket (@windiescricket) December 8, 2019 And thanks to some awful fielding by the Men in Blue, it was easier than expected for the Windies to win the second match and tie the series at 1-1. Having said that, there was this brief moment in the early moments of India's bowling attack which had a greater significance in the chemistry of Team India which goes beyond the final result of one match. After a couple of overs by Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, skipper Virat Kohli walked to the middle of the field to have a brief meeting with Rishabh Pant and Rohit Sharma. Evidently, Kohli had made up his mind to give Chahar a small break from the bowling rotation and introduce Washington Sundar into the attack. © Reuters But this is where Sharma stepped in and opined that it would be for the best to let Chahar bowl one more over because ending his spell was important and without a lot of discussion, Kohli obliged. It's a debate for another day that Chahar had a really expensive over and both of the Windies openers sent his deliveries for multiple boundaries. However, it is worth noticing how Sharma is being a part of such mid-game decision-making more and more with every game. And based on the success he has had in Kohli's absence and as the leader of the most successful franchises of the Indian Premier League, his inputs most definitely have credibility. Another reason why Kohli has started approaching Sharma for his thoughts is the absence of the former Indian captain and wicket-keeper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Not too long ago, it was Dhoni who'd help Kohli make important decisions at crucial moments during a match. As one of the most experienced players of the current Team India and the vice-captain, Sharma has definitely filled the void that MS Dhoni has left behind. © Reuters A month ago, rumours of a tiff between Kohli and Sharma had filled the sports columns of every tabloid and news website. It is therefore refreshing to see such teamwork and two of the best cricketers in the world working together as a unit. View the full article
  12. Ahead of the third and final T20I match between India and the visiting Bangladesh team, Rishabh Pant is once again in the news. It was not because of his mess-up during the second game but because of what the stand-in captain, Rohit Sharma said about him during a press conference ahead of the deciding final game. "You know there is a lot of talk happening about Rishabh Pant every day, every minute. I just feel that he needs to be allowed to do what he wants to do on the field. I would request everyone to keep their eyes away from Rishabh Pant for a while,” said the skipper. 'I think it's not fair' India captain Rohit Sharma has asked everyone to give Rishabh Pant a break from the constant scrutinyhttps://t.co/6gKMie6EIt — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) November 9, 2019 "He is a fearless cricketer and we (team management) want him to have that freedom. And if you guys take your eyes off him for sometime, it will allow him to perform even better," added Rohit. The team veteran wants the best for the 22-year-old wicket-keeper, however, simply talking about him makes Pant's name come online and gives social media another excuse to “troll” him and this in turn may be making Pant's life more difficult as an international cricketer. The thing about the criticism from fans of the game and the so called “pundits” is that they often compare the young and upcoming athletes to the best and greatest players of all time, while they were in their prime. Pant can never reach near dhoni. He is just wanna be who try to immitate the dhoni style. — Nobie (@newbie_6) November 7, 2019 Unrealistic expectations is the primary outcome of such comparisons which often leads to further criticism if the said athlete fails to do good in the next match. According to a 2008 report by The Sport Journal, it is clarified how adversely can distractions and criticism drain an athlete's mental energy, causing him to get anxious, depressed and lose focus during the crucial moments of a game. Rishabh Pant is a good player. We have seen in the past, the kind of performance the cricketer can put up both in front of, and behind the stumps. Congrats #Babysitter What a lovely Baby's Day Out entertainer 1st Year of Test Cricket@RishabPant777 #RishabhPant #Pant 300+ Runs in 1st DownUnder 25+28+36+30+39+33+ 159* 2nd Highest Run Scorer in Series* 20*: Most Catches in a Series by IN WK 204:Record 7th Wicket Partnership — Save Hindus (@Hindu_League) January 4, 2019 In December 2018, the then 21-year-old broke Syed Kirmani and Naren Tamhane's record of most catches by an Indian wicketkeeper in a Test series (20) against Tim Paine's Australian side in Melbourne. In September 2019, Pant went on to surpass his predecessor, MS Dhoni in dismissing 50 batsmen from behind the wicket in Test cricket in the least amount of time (Dhoni: 15 Tests, Pant: 11 Tests). The southpaw is also the first Indian wicket-keeper to score a century in England and Australia, including his maiden international ton at The Oval and overtaking Farokh Engineer's record of the most number of runs scored by an Indian keeper Down Under. “"He is a young guy, 22, trying to make his mark in international cricket. Every move he makes on the field, people start talking about him. It is not fair. I think we should allow him to play his cricket which actually he also wants to do," Sharma during the conference. Maybe it's for the best that the skipper says nothing when it comes to Rishabh Pant. After all, no comments make no news. View the full article
  13. In what has been a tale of two halves, Rohit Sharma's cricketing journey has been full of ups and downs. Despite being tipped as one the upcoming talents in the country, the Mumbai batsman initially struggled to get going when he was roped in as a middle-order batsman. But, his ascension to the opening slot didn't just give a second wind to his career, but eventually gave India an irreplaceable batsman at the top. Since then, there has been no turning back for the rampant Indian opener. From carrying the baton for his side in crunch matches, taking some of the best bowling attacks to the cleaners to bulldozing his way to envious batting records, the 32-year-old, over the years, has undeniably established himself as one of the best in the business. And, the year 2019 appears to be no different. © Twitter/@BCCI With nine hundreds - including a Test double, eight half-centuries, 201 fours and 66 sixes, the 32-year-old is bossing international cricket this year. And, after scoring a blistering 43-ball 85 against Bangladesh in Rajkot, he is right on top of the leading run-scorers' list for the year. Given the repertoire of his strokes, the right-hander is more than capable of turning the game on its head - something that was thoroughly visible during his carnage at the Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium. Under pressure from their defeat in Delhi, the Indian captain led from the front to stitch a 118-run opening partnership with Shikhar Dhawan (31). The Mumbai batsman hammered the Bangladeshi bowlers all around the park, smashing six fours and as many sixes during his blazing knock that came at strike-rate of over 197. In fact, such was the confidence level of Rohit that he even contemplated the idea of hitting off-spinner Mosaddek Hossain for six sixes in an over before eventually settling for three. MUST WATCH: Chahal TV with the Hitman! ð From @ImRo45's 100th T20I to his 'secret' recipe to those monster sixes, this fun segment of Chahal TV has all the answers! ð @yuzi_chahal - by @28anand Full Video here ðð https://t.co/tPJpO7yDMo pic.twitter.com/HgEZXGgroF — BCCI (@BCCI) November 8, 2019 "That's what I tried, I wanted to go for six in a row but when I missed the fourth one I decided to go for singles. I knew that an off-spinner was bowling, and the wet ball was not going to turn, so my plan was to stand still and hit the ball without stepping out," Sharma told Yuzvendra Chahal on bcci.tv after the game. With 62 runs required from 11 overs, Rohit had Hossain ducking for cover in the 10th over. The Indian opener dispatched the Bangladesh off-spinner's first delivery for a six over deep midwicket. Then, another flat delivery was sent deep over the long-on fence for another maximum. The third delivery, another short of a length ball, got similar treatment as Rohit rocked back in the crease before heaving it over long-on to make it three sixes in a row. © Twitter/@BCCI However, couldn't quite connect with the fourth, a fuller delivery, and only got an edge, breaking the sequence. After 21 runs off the over, India got to their target of 154 with eight wickets in hand and 26 balls remaining. During his match-winning innings, Rohit's ability to hit sixes with relative ease was quite noticeable. For someone who doesn't boast of a typically muscular frame, Rohit has developed a knack for hitting sixes. So how does he do it, you'd ask? Here's the answer. "You don't need just big muscles or power to hit sixes. You need timing and you need to hit it from the middle, your head should be still, your body needs to be in the right position. When you take care of these things on a good wicket, you will be able to hit sixes," Rohit explained to Chahal. © Twitter/@BCCI With 2019 almost coming to an end, Rohit is eager to continue his fine form and finish his outstanding year on a high. "It's been a very good so far, just want to finish it off on a great note. "We've got a few games coming up, one against Bangladesh and then there's a whole West Indies series coming up as well. So yes, I'm quite looking forward to that, not to forget the two Test matches (against Bangladesh)," he said at the post-match presentation. Following a tame loss in the first match, the Rohit Sharma-led India produced a strong batting show to script a convincing eight-wicket win. After restricting the visitors to 153/6, Rohit (85), with adequate support from Dhawan (31) and Shreyas Iyer (24), helped the hosts in levelling the three-match series 1-1. Eyeing a series win, India and Bangladesh will now lock horns in the third and final T20I at the Vidarbha Cricket Association stadium in Nagpur on 10th November. View the full article
  14. Following a tame loss in the first match, the Indian cricket team produced a strong batting show to script an emphatic eight-wicket win over the visiting Bangladesh side in the 2nd Twenty20 International (T20I) at the Vidarbha Cricket Association stadium in Rajkot. The impressive spells from Yuzvendra Chahal (2-28), Washington Sundar (1-25) and Deepak Chahar (1-25) ensured the visitors couldn't score more than 153 runs at the loss of six wickets after being asked to bat first. In reply, a captain's knock from Rohit, who slammed a strokeful 43-ball 85, and supporting knocks from Shikhar Dhawan (31) and Shreyas Iyer (24*) powered India home with 26 deliveries to spare. © Twitter/@BCCI While India managed to shrug off their defeat in the first T20I and levelled the proceedings 1-1 in the three-match series, the second match at Rajkot gave the hosts certain moments to regret. The Indian fielders were pretty sloppy on the field, conceding runs through extra throws, and even the Indian captain dropped a catch inside the 30-yard circle. But, apart from that, there were two incidents that couldn't go unnoticed. #RishabhPant messes up !! ð¤¦ð»‍âï¸ð¤¦ð»‍âï¸ð¤¦ð»‍âï¸ pic.twitter.com/3rEVqnNG7Z — Nishant Barai (@barainishant) November 7, 2019 Rishabh Pant's blunder behind the stumps was probably the one that stood out when he made a complete mess of a simple stumping opportunity. The young wicketkeeper failed to keep his gloves behind the stumps before collecting the ball, which eventually denied Chahal and, in turn, Team India Liton Das' certain wicket The other moment was a forgetful one for Indian captain Rohit who struggled to contain his emotions and eventually ended up swearing at the third umpire. The incident occurred in the 13th over when Pant, making amends for his blunder earlier, stumped Soumya Sarkar off Chahal's delivery. Rohit ðð pic.twitter.com/CDKGcJESzJ — Ghatta (@Kattehaiklu) November 7, 2019 The on-field umpires initially ruled the Bangladeshi batsman out before referring it upstairs just to be sure. The replays clearly showed Sarkar short at the crease, but, by mistake, the third umpire ruled the batsman 'not out'. As soon as the decision was flashed on the giant screen, an infuriated Rohit, who was standing next to the on-field umpires, was caught swearing at the third umpire who eventually changed his decision to 'out'. “I'm quite an emotional guy on the field. Some of the decisions in the previous and some of the on-field moments today, we were a bit sloppy. Ultimately the aim is to get the job done, and sometimes we display a lot of emotions. Next time I'll check where the camera is," Rohit said after the match. View the full article
  15. There were a lot of angles with the first of three T20I matches between India and the visiting Bangladesh side could have gone in but by the end of the second innings, it was Rishabh Pant, who became the talk of the town, yet again. Returning to the Indian squad for white ball cricket after being replaced by Wriddhiman Saha during the series against South Africa, the 22-year-old cricketer would have expected that the highly critical and ruthless fans of the Indian cricket team would go easy on him but it is safe to assume that he was wrong. Ever since India's batting in the first innings, fans were calling Pant out for giving away his wicket to his opponents on a “reckless” shot once again. #INDvBAN #rishabhpant I think many knew how it ends for pant.Another reckless shot. Rishab panð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ð¡ pic.twitter.com/iNNE8LW67z — Indian2233 (@Indian2233) November 3, 2019 While in the past the southpaw has had a record of playing the wrong shots at the wrong time but to be honest, this time it wasn't as reckless as it was made to sound. In fact, a couple of overs earlier, it was Shreyas Iyer who was dismissed while playing a similar shot and getting caught between the deep extra cover and long off. However, the worst was yet to come for the wicket-keeper batsman who was behind the stumps in the second innings and made the mistake of saying “laga, laga, laga”, while saying that he thought he heard the ball edge the bat before he caught it to dismiss the established batsman Soumya Sarkar in the 10th over. The conviction with which Pant made the appeal wasn't enough for the umpire to raise his finger but it did convince the interim skipper, Rohit Sharma to take the solitary review and go to the third umpire. As the reviewed showed that there was absolutely no contact between the bat and the ball and got wasted, Sharma managed to keep his cool and just smiled at his young keeper. Rohit reaction ð¤£ð¤ð¤#INDvBAN pic.twitter.com/w4UaHpNm8R — Thirupathi (@thirupawanist) November 3, 2019 But when millions of people are watching your game with their thumbs ready to type something nasty about you on the internet, a captain's hilarious response to your goof up is the last thing you need to worry about. Surely enough, the “supporters” of the Men in Blue decided to roast Rishabh Pant, this time however by shifting the blame on Sharma for trusting him with the Decision Review System. Today, Pant was everywhere. One of the incident is here... #RishabhPant #IndvsBan pic.twitter.com/wZM8dtAhUd — NoToRiOUS NiCK (@niksrko) November 3, 2019 #IndvsBan#RohitSharma after relying on #RishabhPant DRS suggestion: pic.twitter.com/uZaLm8NZ0L — Yogesh Thakare (@ynthakare006) November 3, 2019 #INDvBAN#IndvsBan Rohit Sharma after believing on #RishabhPant review. DRS pic.twitter.com/Dd1z5x5Mj8 — OM Rajpurohit (@omrajguru) November 3, 2019 #INDvBAN Rohit Sharma - Wicket Pe Focus Karo Wicket Pe .#RishabhPant - #IndvsBan pic.twitter.com/sLe1xeXLDg — OM Rajpurohit (@omrajguru) November 3, 2019 View the full article
  16. As the Indian cricket team look to take on the visiting Bangladesh side for the first of three T20I matches at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in Delhi, one youngster named Keshav Dabas has taken the fans of Indian cricket by storm. He is not a part of the national squad and he doesn't play Ranji cricket. Even then, the 19-year-old has managed to attract national-level media attention, thanks to one nets session with the leading members of the Men in Blue and showing his talents as a bowler. Credit: Twitter A day ahead of the first T20I, the Indian batting lineup saw Keshav bowl some brilliant deliveries in the nets for them to get acclimated to the testing atmosphere of the national capital. What made the teenager stand out was a good length delivery to go with some added bounce which clipped the outside edge of Indian opener Rohit Sharma's bat. There was a little bit of excitement shown by Dabas after what would have been a proper dismissal had they been playing an official match. He raised his hands in the air in celebration before the interim captain threw the ball back to him to continue his practice session. It was when Dabas got the second opener Shikhar Dhawan's stumps to come off the ground that the bowler did not show a single sign of exhilaration. He picked up the ball, got back to the starting spot of his run-up and bowled again. Credit: Twitter While the elite batsmen were stunned by the youngster's deliveries, it was the seamers of the Indian camp who truly appreciated Keshav's bowling prowess. “No, I did not hear the praise from Ravi Shastri sir but yes Shardul Thakur did ask me about my whereabouts,” Keshav told Hindustan Times. Currently a member of the Surinder Khanna Cricket Academy, Keshav Dabas has played for Delhi U-19 in one match and has been an official net bowler for more than one International series, including Australia's tour of Indina in March this year. View the full article
  17. ?Captaining India is a massive honour, be it for one match, 10 matches or 100 matches," he said. Photo: Reuters NEW DELHI: Captaining India is such an honour for Rohit Sharma that he would not fuss whether it?s full time or sporadic, the...
  18. Ahead of the ICC World Cup in England and Wales, as soon as the schedule was announced, the date 16th June was earmarked by cricket fans on their respective calendars, as they rearranged their schedule to accommodate for the highly-anticipated clash between India and Pakistan. A little over two weeks into the tournament, the mother of all battles was finally there, pitting arch-rivals India and Pakistan against each other. While inclement weather was expected to disrupt the proceedings at Old Trafford in Manchester, the fans were still unnerved with anticipations of an exciting contest. But, what eventually unfolded on the 'D-day' was hard to fathom. Despite their dismal record against India at the ICC events, the Pakistani cricket team was expected to put up a good show against their arch-rivals, especially after getting the better of them in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. But, contrary to popular perception, the Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side failed to negate the Indian challenge and fell flat in what proved to be a one-sided affair. On a big day, India's big-name batsmen delivered. Here are their best shots! #INDvPAK #CWC19 #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/kIta58HmAc — ICC (@ICC) June 16, 2019 Rohit Sharma's blistering knock of 140 runs had powered India to a formidable total of 336 runs. And, in reply, Pakistan were humbled by the Indian bowling unit, even when they lost frontline bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar to an untimely injury in the fifth over. Poor shot selection, lack of temperament and failure to stitch key partnerships, all added to the downfall of Pakistan in their forgettable 89-run loss (D/L). If losing to their arch-rivals wasn't enough, the poor performance by the Pakistani cricketers further left their fans baffled. Guiding his team to a famous win on the back of a 'Man of the Match' performance, Rohit was visibly happy in the post-match press conference. But, after winning everyone over with his formidable show with the bat, Rohit took the social media by storm for his response to a journalist's query. Watch Kuldeep Yadav's magical delivery to dismiss Babar Azam, and all the other Pakistan wickets #INDvPAK #CWC19 #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/ybqvLYy9Ul — ICC (@ICC) June 16, 2019 Given their epic batting collapse, Pakistani batsmen became the subject of immense criticism following their loss. Thus, it made sense when one of the Pakistani journalists asked Rohit if he'd like to give some advice to the Pakistani batsmen for their struggle so far in the ongoing ICC spectacle. Rohit Sharma Best Reply To Journalist On Pakistan ð#CongratulationsIndia #IndiaVsPakistan #MaukaMauka #ICCWorldCup2019 #INDvPAK #RohitSharma pic.twitter.com/9PFYiu7u4Y — ðSreeram S Pð (@Dr_SreeramSP) June 17, 2019 Though the Pakistani batsmen, given their current state, could surely use some tips, India's vice-captain was probably not in the mood to preach. Thus, in response to the journo's query, the 'Hitman' said: "Agar main Pakistan ka coach bana to main bataunga, abhi kya bataunga! (If I become the coach of Pakistan then surely I will tell you. What can I say now!)". While his witty response left everyone at the press conference in splits, it also struck a chord with cricket fans on social media. This is what called a sensible reply ð — Biswajit Jena (@jena_biswajit) June 17, 2019 ðððð good answer — Cricket (@Cricket00671853) June 17, 2019 Level h Ro Hit man kaðððð — HmZa KasHmiriðµð° (@HmzaGarDezi) June 17, 2019 what would he suggest talent less bunch of people — Bisma Khan (@bisma_55) June 17, 2019 ððð यॠशरà¥à¤®à¤¾ à¤à¥ हमà¥à¤¶à¤¾ हॠफ़ारà¥à¤® मà¥à¤ रहतॠहà¥à¤à¥¤ — Rajesh Little (@rajesh_little) June 17, 2019 Savage reply ð¯ @ImRo45 https://t.co/4320XCXw97 — Eshu (@Aahanaa143) June 17, 2019
  19. Indian opener Rohit Sharma has now scored at least 50 runs in every match he has played in during the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. In the match against Sarfaraz Ahmed's Team Pakistan, Sharma did it in only 34 deliveries while giving the Men in Blue the ideal start to one of the most important games marked on their calendar. What a start from Rohit Sharma! He's raced to his fifty! â¡ #CWC19 | #INDvPAK | #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/Vy7r6cABaV — ICC (@ICC) June 16, 2019 During this feat, Sharma surpassed former Indian skipper and wicket keeping legend, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's record for smashing the most number of sixes in international cricket. While Dhoni has smashed the ball for a total of 355 maximums combining all formats of international cricket, Sharma's first six of the match against Pakistan got him to surpass this achievement of Dhoni's. After forming a brilliant 100-plus run partnership with KL Rahul, the 'Hitman' was able to score his second ton of the ICC World Cup 2019 in less than 90 balls, making this his fastest century among the 24 he has scored in ODIs till date. WHAT AN INNINGS! India opener Rohit Sharma brings up his century off just 85 balls. How many more can he add to his tally from here? #TeamIndia | #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/j1z8OSoCf4 — ICC (@ICC) June 16, 2019 What an innings!
  20. After waiting for more than a week since their warm-up match against Bangladesh, the Indian cricket team finally made their ICC World Cup 2019 debut against Faf du Plessis' South African team and played a wonderful game of ODI cricket in chasing a minimal yet tricky mark of 228. Four wickets by @yuzi_chahal and a devastating opening spell by @Jaspritbumrah93 saw #TeamIndia limit South Africa to 227 runs. Watch all the wickets here! ⤵ #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/2zXVB5XMnw — ICC (@ICC) June 5, 2019 While a huge chunk of the credit for the victory goes to Yuzvendra Chahal for his 4-wicket-haul and Jasprit Bumrah's highly effective and economical bowling (economy of 3.5 runs), there was one man who stood between the Proteas and their first win of the Cricket World Cup 2019 like a brick wall, Rohit Sharma. But it was #TeamIndia's day, their successful chase led by a superb ð¯ to @imro45 which included 13 boundaries and a pair of sixes. Watch the highlights here! ð #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/iKt5er9r82 — ICC (@ICC) June 5, 2019 Scoring a brilliant and unbeaten 122 of 144 deliveries, the 'Hitman' stuck to the crease despite his opening partner, Shikhar Dhawan and skipper Virat Kohli being removed from the pitch quickly. As the opener for the Indian batting order, Sharma stayed in the middle of the action right from the beginning till the end and saw Hardik Pandya be done with the match with a crackling boundary in the 48th over. Now, Rohit Sharma is one of the greatest batsmen to put on the blue jersey and represent our nation in international competitions but you've got to agree that the 'Luck Gods' were smiling at him throughout the match saving him from heading back to the pavilion on multiple occasions. © Reuters Ever since the first over, Sharma's wicket was up for grabs. First he unintentionally flicked the ball to the backward square leg but the fielder was two to three steps away from the spot where the ball landed, then he was dropped between point and backward point. South African skipper, Faf du Plessis also dropped Sharma's catch at second slip and finally Sharma survived yet another scare thanks to David Miller who dropped a dolly at silly mid off late in the game. So, there are only two logical reasonings for Rohit Sharma getting so many lives at the crease last night. Either the Proteas fielding was just horrible and deserves all the criticism in the world, or, it was Nita Ambani and her world-renowned beliefs that provided Rohit Sharma with the kind of luck he needed in his 2019 World Cup opener. And the fine people of Twitter seems to concur with this theory: Faf after the match : If nita ambani hadn't visited the stadium rohit sharma wouldn't had scored a century and we would had taken those catches.....#INDvSA — Jammy (@The_WaLLLLLLL) June 5, 2019 When Nita Ambani spotted in the stadium Rohit Sharma : ððð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ pic.twitter.com/njL8B4TWDX — Thakur S P Parmar ð®ð³ (@IamErSPSingh) June 5, 2019 Hope Nita Ambani has tickets to all the games... We need Rohit Sharma to be in form throughout the #CWC19 — Siddharth (@Draviddict) June 5, 2019 Nita Ambani is always a lucky charm for Rohit Sharma.#IndiavsSouthAfrica #joke. — hrishikesh chandra (@hrishikesh3105) June 5, 2019 As soon as Nita Ambani shown on screen, @ImRo45 Is on fire... @cricbuzz @ICC @BCCI — Pratik Shah (@CAPratik_Shah) June 5, 2019 Nita Ambani is at the stadium and Rohit Sharma gets so many lives? Hmm.. #INDvSA — Gopal (@_gopalk) June 5, 2019 As soon as Nita Ambani was spotted, Rohit Sharma started hitting. Looks like her mantra for MI is also working for India.#CW2019 #CWC19 #INDvSA — Bhaumik (@_bhaumik_) June 5, 2019 @ImRo45 ðððnita ambani please attend all the games for India We need your prayers ð #IndvEng pic.twitter.com/iGlfUphBkT — -CR7 Paaji- (@Kakarla07) June 5, 2019 There are multiple evidences for this theory that we have seen during the various seasons of the Indian Premier League in which the Mumbai Indians' owner, Nita Ambani, is caught reading a mantra, which immediately makes things go in the MIPaltan's direction. Believe us, we even spoke to her Pandit ji. Hello Nita Ambani can you please accompany India on the world cup tour!!! Just to do that!! #IPLFinal pic.twitter.com/yDmWU3FdRW — shilpi tewari (@shilpitewari) May 12, 2019
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