Team India will be in action again on 9 March 2023 when they will take on Australia in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy for the fourth match. However, ahead of the match, a video has been shared by the Indian Cricket Board where all players including Rohit Sharma were seen celebrating ‘Holi’.
In that video, Rohit was seen throwing colours at every player and coaching staff. However, Virat Kohli was not an exception also as he put colour on Kohli’s cheeks as the former skipper was sitting in the team bus. Fans went crazy seeing that and that video has gone viral instantly on social media.
Here is the shared video:
Such a beautiful video of team India celebrating Holi.
The atmosphere in the team is so good! pic.twitter.com/VDZ8qhR8lX
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) March 8, 2023
“One odd game can happen like that where things don’t come together” – Rohit Sharma after the Indore Test
In that video, Rohit was seen taking an entry into the team bus as Virat was sitting inside with others. The Indian skipper was heard saying ‘Laga laga Virat ko laga’. In the Indian cricket fraternity, there are rumours that both Rohit and Virat have some issues between them. Recently, in the viral sting video of Chetan Sharma, he said that it was only Rohit who supported Kohli during his tough times.
The former chief selector also claimed that there are no such rifts between the two pillars of Indian cricket. Chetan said: “There are no rifts between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, they support each other. Both are like Amitabh and Dharmendra. Rohit Sharma was the one who supported Virat Kohli the most when he was going through a rough patch”.
After losing the Indore Test, Rohit Sharma said that they needed to be braver while facing the Aussie bowlers on that turning pitch. Nathan Lyon won the player of the match for taking 11 wickets. So, he claimed that they should give the credit to the Aussie bowlers and one odd game can happen where things fail to come together. “One odd game can happen like that where things don’t come together, but even then you need players to come together and chip in,” Rohit Sharma concluded.