ICC World Cup 2019: Watch Rohit Sharma’s Funny Reply To A Pakistani Journalist
On and off the field, the vice-captain of the Indian team is currently having the best of the times. Rohit Sharma answering those bouncers from the opposition bowlers and the queries from the journalists with a lot of class. Meanwhile, his answer to a Pakistani Journalist left the people in the room in splits.
Rohit Sharma, who smashed yet another match-winning century had addressed the media in the post-match press conference. When a Journalist of Pakistan asked the batsman to give a suggestion to the Pakistan batting department, he replied to him in a funny way, which tickled the funnier bones of the reporters out there.
Rohit Sharma is 2nd highest run-scorer:
He replied to her saying that he would be giving them the suggestions if ever he becomes the batting coach of that team.
“Agar main Pakistan ka coach bana to main bataunga, abhi kya bataunga!(If I become the coach of Pakistan then surely I will tell you. What can I say now!),” replied Rohit prompting a round laugh.
Q: How do you suggest Pakistan batsmen come out of the current crisis?
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) June 17, 2019
Earlier, in the game, Rohit Sharma scored a blazing 140 off just 113 balls to lay the foundation of India’s 89-run victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in their World Cup 2019 encounter at Old Trafford on Sunday.
While India posted a mammoth 336/5, Pakistan could only muster 212/6 in 40 overs, before rain intervened to hand India the win via DLS method. India is now 3rd in the points table with 7 points from 4 matches – one match against New Zealand was washed out.
Rohit Sharma is the 2nd highest run-scorer in the tournament so far with 319 runs from 3 innings. Recently, Rohit Sharma had led India’s chase with an unbeaten 122 against South Africa before hitting a stylish half-century against Australia at The Oval on June 9.
All in all, the form of Rohit Sharma is a soothing aspect for the Indian team. He got the knack of winning the matches for the team with his brilliant strokeplay.