Rohit Sharma’s “Bhaag Kyu Nahi Raha” retort to an India player during the second ODI goes viral. When Washington Sundar was on his mark to begin the 45th over of West Indies’ chase, Rohit Sharma appeared dissatisfied with Yuzvendra Chahal. A video of Rohit expressing his displeasure began making the rounds on social media near the end of the second ODI against the West Indies.
Mr. Rohit Sharma The batter had a rare failure, but captain Rohit Sharma was at his best in the second ODI against West Indies on Wednesday at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Rohit’s aggressive field placements, proactive bowling changes, particularly the decision to bring back pacers Prasidh Krishna and Shardul Thakur when West Indies stand-in captain Nicholas Pooran was just looking to cut loose against the spinners, paid rich dividends for India in the second ODI, which they won by 44 runs to seal the three-match series 2-0.
When Washington Sundar was on his mark to begin the 45th over of West Indies’ chase, Rohit seemed dissatisfied with Yuzvendra Chahal.
Towards the end of the game, a video of Rohit expressing his displeasure began to circulate on social media. Rohit can be heard saying in the video: “Peeche jaa, ek kaam kar… Is it true that tereko bhaag kyu nahi raha theek se?” (Take a step back… What happened to you, and why are you not functioning properly?).
Watch: Rohit Sharma’s “Bhaag Kyu Nahi Raha” retort to an India player
When it comes to leading his troops on the field, Rohit is closer to the MS Dhoni mold, but his rebuke to Chahal on Wednesday, even when India was just inches away from another easy win, spoke volumes about the high standards he expects from his teammates.
Rohit, on the other hand, was overjoyed with India’s series victory.
“Winning the series is without a doubt a good feeling,” Rohit said during the post-match presentation.
They faced some challenges, according to Rohit, but the collaboration between KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav was critical. India lost their top-order early on, and it was Yadav’s 64-run knock and Rahul’s fluent 49 that kept the Indian innings afloat.
“We had some difficulties to deal with today. That collaboration between KL and Surya. That is the level of maturity required. We were able to reach a respectable total, which was crucial. We were fantastic with the ball. The entire unit came together and performed as one. It is critical for these players to bat in these situations. That is when you can pass judgment on them. Surya’s confidence will skyrocket as a result of today’s knock. It was not an easy pitch. So he batted and did what the team wanted rather than what he wanted. KL as well, and that final innings from Hooda, “Rohit elaborated.
After scoring 237 for 9, India bowled out the visitors for 193 thanks to a brilliant spell of fast bowling from Prasidh Krishna, who was named Player of the Match for his 4 for 12.