Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and coach Rahul Dravid gave up their business-class seats to support India’s pacers. In exchange for enabling the Indian pacers. And to rest before their match against England in the semifinals. The head coach Rahul Dravid, captain Rohit Sharma, and Virat Kohli forfeited their business-class tickets on the plane to Adelaide.
In a commendable move. The head coach Rahul Dravid, captain Rohit Sharma, and batting superstar Virat Kohli. Gave up their business-class seats so that the Indian pacers could get more comfortable. And have more space to stretch out before the pivotal ICC T20 World Cup 2022 semifinal match. That against England on Thursday, November 10.
Between games, this approach aids in the players’ recovery and recuperation. And according to reports, Indian pacers. Like Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Arshdeep Singh, and Hardik Pandya. That had ample space to sit down and unwind on the flight from Melbourne to Adelaide.
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They need to stretch their legs
“Before the tournament, we decided that since the pace bowlers clock the maximum mileage on field, day in, day out, they need to stretch their legs,”Support staff member said.
Every team is given four business-class seats, as per the International Cricket Council (ICC) regulations. The team manager, captain, vice-captain, and head coach typically get these indulgences.
However, according to the aforementioned allegations, after India defeated Zimbabwe at the MCG and was preparing to depart for Adelaide, the aforementioned individuals decided to give their pacers their business class tickets so they could unwind.
Returning to the competition, India finished with four victories from five matches and eight total points to take first place in Group 2 during the Super 12. To set up a matchup with the Three Lions, who have also been strong throughout the competition, they dealt the Chevrons a crushing 71-run defeat in their most recent encounter.
The Men in Blue will like to play their best game in order to secure a third spot in the T20 World Cup final. They had last competed in a white-ball ICC competition final during the 2017 Champions Trophy.
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