I Walk Out For My Country, Not Just The Team - Rohit Sharma

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I Walk Out For My Country, Not Just The Team – Rohit Sharma 

I Walk Out For My Country, Not Just The Team – Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma (Image Credit: ICC)

It seems like something isn’t really cool for Rohit Sharma in the Indian National Cricket Team. Amidst the reports of the rift between him and Virat Kohli, Rohit is continuously giving hints on social media. After unfollowing Anushka Sharma, now, he comes up with a one-line statement, which got various meaning for it.

Hours after the team left for the US, India vice-captain Rohit Sharma took to Twitter to post a picture saying, “I don’t just walk out for my Team. I walk out for my country.” Reports of differences between captain Virat Kohli and vice-captain Rohit Sharma have been doing the rounds ever since India’s World Cup 2019 campaign got over.

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Speaking about the reports of a divide in the Indian dressing room and the possible rift between him and Rohit, Kohli had refuted the claims terming them as ridiculous lies. Ahead of the team’s departure to the US for the upcoming tour of West Indies, Kohli attended a presser in Mumbai where he opened up on the speculations.

Rohit Sharma
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I walk out for my country – Rohit Sharma

Indian head coach Ravi Shastri, who was also a part of the presser, refuted the claims. He rubbished the reports of a rift between the two superstars of Indian cricket. Interestingly, Rohit has now posted a tweet with a picture of him and a strong message.

Digging into his tweet, it read ”I don’t just walk out for my Team. I walk out for my country.”

Well, the latest tweet from Rohit Sharma will be the seed to raise quite a few speculations. All in all, it would be interesting to watch the duo bat together when India takes on Windies Team.

Team India took flight for the United States on July 29 (Monday). Two out of three T20Is have been scheduled in Florida. The remaining limited-overs matches will be played in West Indies. The series will start from August 3 onwards.

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