India vs England, Rohit Sharma said, nothing to do with T20 World Cup, focus on winning the series: In the limited-overs format, India’s vice-captain Rohit Sharma said on Wednesday that India would not consider the upcoming five-match Twenty20 series against England as the dress rehearsal for the ICC Twenty20 World Cup to be held in India at the end of the year. Is watching The entire focus of the team is on victory. India has picked some new faces in the team for the series, while fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah h as been rested as the team is preparing for the World Cup.
Rohit said before the match on Friday, “We will not see it as some kind of rehearsal.” We are not thinking of that much further and are only focusing on winning the series. If the focus is on the present, it will benefit itself in the future. It is a long series and it is important to see what position we are in as a team and player. On who among KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan will start the innings, Rohit said that we cannot disclose our combination. We will have to wait till Friday.
Rohit said that his role will not change and he will do the same as he used to bat. If we bat first, it is related to giving the team a good start. Nothing has changed for me. The attitude while chasing the goal will remain the same but the mindset will change as you have to assess many things. Rohit had scored 49 off 144 balls in the fourth Test against England, but he said that it was in accordance with the circumstances. He further said that I scored only 49 runs but played around 150 balls. This was a big win for me personally. They were bowling outside and I was being tempted to play shots but I batted contrary to my nature. I controlled myself. It was really satisfying for