England vs India: Rohit Sharma’s Tweet In Hindi Sends Fans Into A Frenzy | Cricket News

England vs India: Rohit Sharma’s Tweet In Hindi Sends Fans Into A Frenzy |  Cricket News

England vs India: Rohit Sharma's Tweet In Hindi Sends Fans Into A Frenzy

ENG vs IND: Rohit Sharma practices throughout a coaching session in Durham.© Twitter

Rohit Sharma took to social media to replace followers about his coaching forward of India’s upcoming five-match Test sequence towards England. The opening batsman is at present in Durham gearing up for the guests’ upcoming pleasant warm-up match towards County Select XI, ranging from July 20. Also, the Test sequence towards England begins from August 4, with the primary match to be held at Trent Bridge. Posting two images on Twitter, Rohit Sharma captioned it in Hindi, which interprets to, “Bat in hand, and when the ball meets the center of the bat. It feels completely different”.

In the images, the Mumbai Indians (MI) skipper might be seen working towards batting throughout a internet session.

The put up was well-received by followers, with many wishing him luck for the upcoming fixtures.

Earlier, Virat Kohli additionally posted two coaching images on social media, which he captioned as, “When you completely love what you do, all the pieces simply flows”.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) additionally posted snippets from Team India’s coaching session in Durham as gamers equipped for the five-match Test sequence.


Here are the photographs:

The guests have already confronted an enormous setback, with wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant having examined optimistic for coronavirus. He hasn’t traveled with the remainder of the squad to Durham.

The upcoming sequence towards England will probably be essential for India, contemplating their latest defeat to New Zealand within the World Test Championship (WTC) Final. The Kane Williamson-led aspect received by eight wickets at The Ageas Bowl.

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