Rohit Sharma, now India’s all-format captain, is very clear with his plans for taking the Indian team forward and managing the workload that comes with leading the side across formats. Having taken over the T20I reins from Virat Kohli, Rohit was also named the ODI captain but a hamstring injury forced him to miss the tour of South Africa. With the Test captaincy also being handed over to him recently, along with captaining Mumbai Indians in the IPL which is now a hectic ten-team affair, Rohit has the work cut out for him in the near future.
💬 💬 “Keep scoring runs and the opportunity will arise.”
Ahead of the @Paytm #INDvSL T20I series opener, #TeamIndia Captain @ImRo45 shares his message for all the batters playing in the ongoing #RanjiTrophy. 👍🏻 👍🏻 pic.twitter.com/Kz6ExofX4R
— BCCI (@BCCI) February 23, 2022