We all know Rohit Sharma is a good cricket player. Now we are suffering with pandemic situation. India opener and restricted overs bad habit chief Rohit Sharma has been named as the bad habit commander for the leftover two Test matches against Australia. Rohit, who joined his partners in the wake of finishing his 14-day isolate period on Wednesday, will assume control over the reins from Cheteshwar Pujara. Ajinkya Rahane keeps on driving the Test side without ordinary captain Virat Kohli, who is on a paternity leave. After a loathsome show in the primary Test which saw the guests getting packaged out for 36 in the subsequent innings, India arranged an epic turnaround in Kohli and Mohammad Shami’s nonattendance to secure the Boxing Day Test on Tuesday.
Rahane, who played a game dominating thump in the subsequent Test, had likewise made his energy known after the success at MCG.
Rohit’s incorporation has helped India’s odds in the continuous Test arrangement. The bad habit chief was on Thursday preparing hard with an eye on the third Test against Australia.
Rohit, who had harmed his hamstring during the Indian Premier League in UAE, is preparing for the third Test scheduled to be played at the noteworthy Sydney Cricket Ground from January 7.
The left-arm pacer has supplanted Umesh Yadav, who supported a strain in his left lower leg muscle on Day 3 of the second Test in Melbourne.
“The All-India Senior Selection Committee has named T Natarajan as Yadav’s substitution,” the BCCI said in an official proclamation on Friday.