“Personal milestone” for the team… Why did Rohit Sharma have to say something like that, understand the matter

These days, Rohit Sharma is captaining India in the first match of the ongoing five-match Test series against England. Rohit Sharma was unable to do anything special in India's first innings of the match in Hyderabad. He was eliminated after scoring 24 runs in just 27 balls with the help of three fours. Meanwhile, speaking to the team, Rohit Sharma said that he wants to create such a culture where players give more importance to the team than themselves.

Rohit Sharma said in 'Jio Cinema', “I want to create a culture where players put the team's goal above their personal milestones. The team’s goal should be a priority for every player.”

Rohit Sharma's approach was highly praised in the game in 2023, where he worked to give the team a fast start. Even before the World Cup, Rohit Sharma had spoken of a “personal milestone”. The Indian captain had said that for him it is not the trophy that is important, but the century. Rohit had said that the trophy should be won even if a century is not counted.

We tell you that Rohit Sharma was the highest run-scorer in ODI World Cup 2023. The Indian captain had scored 597 runs in 11 innings of 11 matches at an average of 54.27. During this time he scored 1 century and 3 half-centuries. Meanwhile, Rohit had hit 66 fours and 31 sixes.

It is noteworthy that Rohit Sharma has played 55 Tests so far. Additionally, he has played 262 ODI and 151 T20 International matches. In 93 Test innings he scored 3762 runs at an average of 45.33, in 254 ODI innings he scored 10709 runs at an average of 49.12 and in T20 International he scored 3974 runs at an average of 31.29 and one Hit rate of 139.98.

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