Indian batting superstar and skipper Rohit Sharma is one of the top batsmen in the squad. His batting prowess in unmatched and ‘The Hitman’ is loved by the fans whenever he steps foot on the pitch. Rohit Sharma has been lavished with praise all along his career and West Indies ace bowler Sunil Narine thinks alike. During a recent interview with Vimal Kumar on OneCricket, Sunil Narine spoke highly of Sharma and talked about his form.
Rohit Sharma labeled as a ‘quality player’
Sunil Narine was asked to share his thoughts on Rohit Sharma. The ace spinner opened up on the veteran batsman saying [as transcribed by SportsIndiaShow]:
“Quality player. I think there’s no chance of doubting his ability and once he is one go, he is one of the best batsmen to watch. I think he is always in form and he never looks out of form.” He further stated that he enjoys watching him play.
You can check out the full interview below:
Team India are gearing up for T20 World Cup
After a disappointing outing in the Asia Cup, the Men in Blue are also set to play two limited-overs series at home against Australia and South Africa before heading to the showcase event in Australia.
Rohit Sharma will lead the side with KL Rahul as his deputy in the playing XI. Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli has found his form with a sensational maiden T20I ton against Afghanistan, will form the spine of the team alongside Suryakumar Yadav.
Hardik Pandya is also joined by Axar Patel in the all-rounder contingent after the unfortunate injury to Ravindra Jadeja during the Asia Cup. Deepak Hooda has also retained his place in the squad. It will be interesting to see how the Men in Blue utilize the two wicketkeeper-batters, Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik, in the upcoming tournament.
The spin duo Ravichandran Ashwin and Yuzvendra Chahal with their immense experience in the shortest format of the game could do wonders. The return of ace fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel will certainly bolster the Indian bowling lineup, which underperformed in the Asia Cup.
Veteran pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who redeemed himself with a great bowling display against Afghanistan, will be India’s biggest threat with the new ball, while the young Arshdeep Singh will be hoping to continue his death bowling exploits in Australia.
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