Rohit Sharma is not letting anyone take the ‘work from home’ for granted in the times of the novel coronavirus outbreak. He took a sharp jibe at the International Cricket Council (ICC) after one of their post oversaw his potential as a batsman. The post from ICC was about the batsmen with best ‘pull shot’.
Though Rohit Sharma has been one of the best batsmen to execute the pull shot in modern day cricket and make it look effortless, he was left disappointed, with him being left out by the tweet from cricket’s global governing body.
Rohit Sharma sarcastically suggests it is “not easy working from home”
At the time of the novel coronavirus, while most organisations have opted for their employees to work from home, an ICC employee was brutally trolled by Rohit Sharma for leaving him out of a tweet which said, “Which batsman, past or present, has the best pull shot, in your opinion?”
The tweet has the pictures of India captain Virat Kohli, former Australia captain Ricky Ponting, West Indies legend Vivian Richards and former South Africa batsman Herschelle Gibbs.
In response to the tweet, Rohit Sharma said, “Someone’s missing here ?? Not easy to work from home I guess”
Someone’s missing here ?? Not easy to work from home I guess https://t.co/sbonEva7AM
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) March 22, 2020
Rohit Sharma contribution for Team India
Rohit Sharma made his last appearance against New Zealand in the T20I series earlier this year. He notched up two back-to-back half-centuries in the series with the high score of an unbeaten 65.
He is next expected to be seen in action during the IPL 2020 if the situation permits. He has led Mumbai Indians to four IPL triumphs. He holds an average of 46.54 in Tests and 49.27 in One-Day Internationals (ODIs). In the shortest format of the game, he averages 32.62, with a high score of 118 runs.