Rohit Sharma’s full-time restricted overs captaincy residency has looking flying so far. In the wake of whitewashing New Zealand in the T20I series in November and afterward winning every one of the three ODIs against the West Indies, India enlisted its third consecutive home series win with an eight-run triumph over the Windies in the second T20I at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on February 18.
Rohit Sharma appears to have initiated the genuine mode on in the continuous home white-ball series and simultaneously has likewise not faltered in communicating outrage by the same token. He was heard reprimanding wrist-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal for not being positioned at the right handling position during the second ODI recently when the match was equitably ready. Of late, the Hitman had once more vented out his dissatisfaction in the high-voltage second T20I yet no player was in a bad way this time around.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s messy handling irritates captain Rohit Sharma
While India won the challenge, it should be noticed that they were truly messy on the field. In the first place, it was leggie Ravi Bishnoi who dropped wicketkeeper-hitter Nicholas Pooran on 21 preceding his batting accomplice Rovman Powell got a truly necessary respite as the Windies were remaking their innings. Powell, who was batting on 39 endeavored to pull a short conveyance forcefully however, wound up getting a top-edge as the ball went up in the air and it appeared as it would bring about a basic catch.
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Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who himself was the bowler chosen to go for the catch yet shockingly, wound up spilling it as the ball jumped out of his hands which left Rohit disappointed and he kicked the ball in dissatisfaction. The demonstration misfired as the players took a brazen single. The Mumbai cricketer was then saying something probably to the bowler.
The couple added a 100-run represent the third wicket.Angry Rohit scored 62 off 41 balls while Powell stayed unbeaten on 68 runs off only 36 conveyances as they purchased the guests on the cusp of triumph. Regardless, Bhuvneshwar’s penultimate over was the defining moment of the challenge as he surrendered only four runs alongside a wicket as the Men In Blue fixed the T20I series.
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