'Aakh Kyu Laal Hai?': Rohit Sharma Hilariously Trolls Amit Mishra During Live Show - WATCH
Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, is one of the team's funniest members. Despite taking on the role of captain for the team, he hasn't lost his sense of humour. The day before the third One-Day International between Australia and India, Rohit was at his best when he met with the Hindi commentators. Former Indian cricket players Amit Mishra and Abhishek Nayar were among the pundits.
During the chitchat, Rohit made friends with them and gave Mishra a potshot by pointing to his reddened eyes. "Aapki aankh kyu laa ho gaya hai? (Why have your eyes gone red)"? inquired Rohit of Mishra.
When Mishra said, "Soya nahi hu mai, bas teen ghante soya hu (I have not slept well, have slept for only 3 hours)," everyone laughed heartily. Then, Rohit praises his dedication, claiming that Mishra never demonstrated it on the pitch. "You never called me in the team to play under you," responds Mishra.
Rohit was rested for the first two games against Australia, but he has now returned to the team. Hardik Pandya and Virat Kohli were also rested. With their return, Rohit and Virat are anticipated to be in the playing XI for the last ODI in Rajkot.
The Indian team appears to be performing well in front of the BCCI-hosted ODI World Cup. They are the top ODI side in the world and will go into the World Cup as favourites. Furthermore, India leads the world in every format of the game.
Rohit sharma and his sense of humor🤣 pic.twitter.com/mynRTfiTty— Ansh Shah (@asmemesss) September 26, 2023
Rohit, who just surpassed 10,000 runs in ODIs, will aim to carry on leading the Men in Blue with his excellent play. Shubman Gill, his opening partner, has also been hitting quite well, scoring fifty in the first ODI against Australia and a century in the second.
If Shubman hits 30 more runs, he will probably surpass Babar Azam at the top of the ICC ODI batting rankings. With his impressive batting performance, he has gotten closer to reaching his target of 200 runs, which he needed to secure the World No. 1 spot in the Australia series.
In the third One-Day International (ODI) between India and Australia, the toss is at 1 pm IST, and the match begins at 1.30 pm IST at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot.