Rohit Sharma Loses Temper As Phone Rings At A Press Conference
Ahead of the India-Bangladesh T20I match to be held in Rajkot, India's stand-in captain Rohit Sharma addressed a press conference. During the press briefing, Rohit got angry at a reporter and asked him to keep his phone on silent after the phone rang while he was answering a question.
"Please keep your phone on silent, boss," Rohit told the journalist. Rohit was trying to explain how they are trying new players in the T20I format when the interruption happened.
In his press conference, Rohit also stated that India has been trying a lot of new players to make them ready for the ODIs and Test matches. He also reiterated that T20 is the format where Rohit Sharma himself and a lot of other players in the team started to play in the Indian cricket team.
He said that these young players need to grow and learn as team India wants their bench strength to be as strong as the playing squad. Apart from this, he also spoke about the pitch at Rajkot and said that it has a good track to bat.
Rohit Sharma on Rajkot's pitch
Apart from this Rohit Sharma spoke about the pitch in Rajkot at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium and said that "By the look of it, the pitch looks good. Rajkot has always been a good track to bat, and it does offer some assistance to the bowler also. So, it will be a good pitch and will be better than what we saw in Delhi. I don't think we need to think about what happened there (Delhi). Of course, I think the combination that we played in the last game was based on the pitch, so we will see the pitch again today and decide what we need to do in our bowling line up and our batting line up looks good so I don't think we need any change there. We will analyze the pith and see if there is any difference and based on that we will try to see what we can do as a team."