Rohit Sharma's eyes became moist, the captain was seen crying after losing to England! T20 World Cup 2022

Publish Date: 10 Nov, 2022 |
 

Indian captain Rohit Sharma is seen crying in the dugout after losing to England in the semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022. The captain's eyes were moist after this humiliating defeat. After this crushing defeat against England, some pictures surfaced on social media, in which Captain Rohit Sharma is seen sitting in the dugout with moist eyes. Team India played this first T20 World Cup under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma and in this way, the team's exit is really heartbreaking.

Rohit puts the blame on bowlers

Rohit has blamed the defeat on the bowlers. The captain has said that the bowlers did not do their job properly. The captain was not happy with the performance of the bowlers and said after the match that he cannot teach them to handle pressure. After the match, Rohit Sharma said, "Yeah it's definitely disappointing. I thought we batted well but we didn't do well with the ball. It was not a total where a team could chase it without losing a wicket. Look, I think when it comes to the knockout stages, it's up to oneself as well. You cannot teach them to handle pressure. He has experienced it before. They are playing IPL. Some of these people can handle it."

India’s T20 World Cup journey

India won the first match against Pakistan. After this Team India succeeded in defeating the Netherlands. But in the third match when we faced South Africa, Team India was defeated there. After this, India came back again and defeated Bangladesh in a very exciting match.

After defeating Zimbabwe in the last match of the Super 12, India entered the semi-finals as a table topper, but in the semi-final, we faced England, and there the Indian team suffered a humiliating defeat by ten wickets. 

 

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