He had told me that you are all-format cricketer: Tilak Verma credits Rohit Sharma for his success
Tilak, who was India's leading scorer with 39 off 22 deliveries in the first T20I in Trinidad, came up with another gem of innings in the second match on Sunday as he scored 51 off 41 deliveries, studded with five fours and a six.
‘I decided I was not going to watch the World Cup…’: Rohit Sharma
The picturesque shores of Barbados witnessed the trophy's arrival recently, leaving fans and players alike in awe of its magnificence.
Rohit Sharma needs to get his tactics, choices right for India's sake
The dream of lifting a major trophy has been a long-standing dream for India, who have faltered at every step in the quest for it since winning the 2013 Champions Trophy in England, with Rohit being a part of it.
Playing in West Indies has its own challenge, happy with the way things went, says Rohit after series win
"Siraj, I have been watching him closely. He's taken such a giant step. He has led this attack. I don't want anyone to lead the attack. I want everyone to lead when they are having the ball in their hand. You want the entire pace battery taking the responsibility," he said.
ICC Test Rankings: Rohit Sharma back in top 10, Yashasvi Jaiswal makes maiden appearance
The 36-year old Rohit played a 103 run-knock which helped India captain rise three places and re-enter the top 10 once again, to be rated slightly ahead of compatriot Rishabh Pant (11th) and former skipper Virat Kohli (14th) as the highest-ranked Indian batter.
1st Test, Day 2: Jaiswal scores maiden hundred as India lead West Indies by 95 runs at Tea
While reaching their respective centuries, Jaiswal and Rohit brought up India's first 200+ opening partnership against West Indies in Tests through their mammoth 229-run opening stand. Jaiswal (116 not out, with 12 boundaries) and Virat Kohli (four not out) remained unbeaten till tea, and were expected to extend India's lead beyond 100 on a slow pitch.
Cricket World Cup: This World Cup is going to be very competitive, says Rohit Sharma
India will be aiming for their third title and the second at home when they begin their campaign in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup against Australia in Chennai on October 8. The hosts will play all their nine league matches at different venues including the new Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow.
I agree with Rohit Sharma, WTC final should be a three-match series: Brad Hogg
After suffering a crushing defeat in the WTC final, India skipper had called for the WTC Final to be played as a three-game series. "You work hard for two years and then you have only one shot at it. Test cricket is all about finding that rhythm, finding that momentum as well. So, I think, if in the next cycle, if it is possible, a three-match series would be ideal," Rohit had said.
Somewhere down the line, India has to be prepared for transition: Sunil Gavaskar
Speaking to Star Sports, Gavaskar expressed his belief that the Indian team is likely to witness a significant change in its composition as he does not expect many senior players to be in the Indian team two years down the line. "I think two years down the road, I am pretty certain, there won't be too many of the senior players. I would be very surprised.
WTC Final: Third umpire should have seen a little more replays, says Rohit on Green's catch to dismiss Gill
On the fourth day of the match, Gill fell when Scott Boland extracted an outside edge off his defensive prod, and the ball flew low to Green's left at third slip. The tall all-rounder took out his left hand and took a one-handed screamer, with Kettleborough adjudging it as a clean catch after viewing multiple replays of it.