Rohit Sharma is not worried despite losing his second consecutive Super Four match
Rohit Sharma is not worried despite losing his second consecutive Super Four match against Sri Lanka on Tuesday (September 6). Indian batsmen scored a challenging total of 173 runs. In this Rohit Sharma contributed by scoring 72 runs in 41 balls. However, Sri Lanka chased down the target brilliantly. Sri Lanka’s batsmen staggered once in the middle, but in the end managed to chase down the target with one ball to spare.
The loss to Sri Lanka meant that India’s chances of making it to the Asia Cup final were tough at the moment. Despite this, Rohit Sharma is not too worried about the last two negative results.
This time while speaking at the post-match press conference, the India captain seemed a bit irritable in contrast to his spirited nature. He got so annoyed by some questions that he even invited the media to come to his dressing room. Rohit said, “I don’t think anything is wrong, it looks like this from outside,
Rohit Sharma not worried after two consecutive defeats
When asked if the team has any reason to worry? Rohit said, “No worries. If you lose two matches, it doesn’t mean that you should start worrying. This kind of conversation doesn’t happen in our dressing room
We have played many matches after the World Cup and we have won so many matches, just because we have lost these two matches in the Asia Cup, I don’t think there is any reason to worry. Experienced batsmen get out and runs are scored on experienced bowlers. This is all normal and it keeps happening.
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He said, “I don’t think we should start worrying. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been playing for so many years, he has won so many matches for us in the death overs. 1-2 bad games doesn’t mean we start judging them.”