- Jemima Rodriguez played a brilliant tackle in the first match
- remained undefeated in 36 of 27 balls
- He said that Rohit and Rishabh Pant’s suggestion is important.
Jemima Rodriguez made a spectacular comeback after being out of the Indian women’s team for a long time. Jemima, 23, played a winning tackle in the first T20 match against Sri Lanka and contributed significantly to the team’s victory. She played an undefeated inning of 36 runs on 27 balls and pulled the team out of a tight spot and led to a solid score. Jemima was named player of the match for her brilliant and crucial tackles.
The Indian player recalled his tackles and the team’s victory, as well as his poor stage after the match. During this, he also thanked Indian captain Rohit Sharma and goalkeeper Rishabh Pant. The cricketer feels that she was lucky to have the opportunity to interact with Rohit and Pant.
Lucky to have had a chance to talk to Rohit and Pant.
Jemima, who failed to make the Indian squad for the World Cup in New Zealand, told a press conference on Thursday that since the last tour of Sri Lanka, my path has not been easy, I have to face ups and downs. I spoke with Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant, they told me that these moments will define your career, don’t take it (being out of the team before the World Cup) in a negative way. You must meet the challenge and move on. I was lucky to have the opportunity to speak with him.
I’ve changed but my goals haven’t changed
Batting at number five, Jemima did not give in to the pressure created by the Sri Lankan bowlers and scored important runs for the Indian team. He hit three fours and one six in his innings. India scored 138 from six and then recorded a 34-run victory with a fine performance from the bowlers. Jemima said that in the last four or five months I have understood my game better. I have been patient. I have changed but my goals have not changed. I started preparing shortly after I was cut from the team.
i was nervous at first
Jemima, who came to the crease at the crucial moment of the innings, said she was nervous at first. She said this entry matters a lot, I was nervous at first but it helped me push the limits of late cuts which made things easier. I have returned to the team after four-five months or more. He was full of enthusiasm.