Rohit Sharma insults Washington Sundar during India vs. Bangladesh. It’s well acknowledged that Rohit Sharma resembles MS Dhoni in several ways. Under pressure, both captains remain composed and cool. Rohit has already displayed this cool demeanor on the pitch with the Mumbai Indians.
But India’s skipper Rohit has demonstrated that when under pressure, he loses patience. He lost his patience again on Sunday in the first ODI when his young teammate Washington Sundar failed to make an effort to take a catch rather than dropping it. Photographs of Rohit abusing his little coworker were captured.
Watch: Rohit Sharma Fumes At Washington Sundar
Even though, India’s triumph was lost due to the fumbled catch. Mehidy Hasan Miraz was the one who twice made it out of Shardul Thakur’s over. First, KL Rahul fumbled a rather simple catch. Washington was next. At that point, Bangladesh needed 30 runs to win, and Rohit Sharma’s worst side emerged as a result of two consecutive missed opportunities.
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The entire incident took place during Shardul Thakur’s 43rd over of bowling. Miraz and Mustafizur, the final pair, were on the crease. Miraz cut the delivery uppishly towards the direction of the third man while facing Thakur.
The ball fell just a few yards in front of Sundar, who was positioned there, but he appeared to lose it in the night sky. It should be noted that Rahul, who was keeping wickets for India, dropped a clear-cut chance just one ball earlier. Maybe that’s what got Rohit going out there.
Bangladesh take a stunning victory
Bangladesh were cruising at one point as they chased 187 to win. The middle-subpar order’s performance, nevertheless, allowed Men in Blue to return to competition. The visitors believed that the game was over with only one wicket remaining and more than 50 runs were needed. Miraz and Mustafizur, however, had different ideas. The pair clinched the victory for the home team against India by putting together the highest 10-wicket partnership in the history of their nation.