India team playing 11 is not fixed for WTC final, Rohit Sharma should not repeat these mistakes

The Indian team managed to reach the World Test Championship (WTC) final for the second time in a row. The India team will take on the Australian team in the 2023 WTC final at the London Oval starting on June 7. In the final match of the first edition, the India team had to face 8 wicket defeat at the hands of New Zealand. Captain Virat Kohli had to face a lot of criticism at the time regarding the team selection in this match. Now Rohit Sharma will have to compete with all these mistakes in mind.

The final match of the first edition of the WTC Final was played in the Southampton field in England. Despite the favorable conditions for fast bowlers in this match, the Indian team decided to play 2 spin bowlers. This decision by the Indian team turned out to be completely wrong. On the other hand, the Kiwi team included 4 fast throwers, on the basis of which they managed to win this mace.

Now Rohit Sharma has also made it clear before this important game that he would not like to repeat the previous mistakes. Rohit made it clear in his statement on the starting XI that he would make a decision only after seeing the pitch on the morning of the game. Changes are being seen in the field very quickly and that is why he does not want to decide anything about the 11 that he plays from now on.

The India team last won an ICC trophy in the year 2013 under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. After this, the India team failed to win the ICC title. When Rohit was asked a question about this, he said that we know what the team has won and what not. This is not the right thing we talk about over and over again. The focus of the players and the management of the team is completely on the match at the moment so that a good performance can be achieved.

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