Rohit Sharma is more of an “older brother” than a youth captain in the game against England

Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, Team India built an unassailable 3-1 lead by winning three games in the five-match Test series against England. India won the series by winning the fourth Test played in Ranchi. So far in the four games of the series, Indian captain Rohit Sharma has acted less as a captain and more as an “older brother” to the young players.

Rohit looked after the young players who played under his captaincy like an elder brother. The Indian captain also praised the young players after the series win. Whether Sarfaraz was asked to wear a helmet in the Ranchi Test or something else, Rohit was seen as the elder brother of the youngsters.

After winning the Ranchi Test, the Indian captain said of young opener Yashasvi Jaiswal, “I won’t say anything, let him play.” He further said, “A lot of these guys are very young and you obviously get these players in the play in this format in the next 5 to 10 years. The way they came in and took responsibility, scored a lot of runs, scored big runs” and “Even with the ball…some of those guys were brilliant.”

Rohit said that being hungry is very important for success in this format. He said: “This is the toughest format and if you want to succeed in this format and be the best, you have to be hungry within yourself. We will only give opportunities to those who are hungry. You can do that.” know who is hungry. And who doesn’t. They understand who is hungry and wants to play and perform in difficult conditions. You will be given preference, it’s very simple. If they aren’t hungry, there’s no point in feeding them. I There is no one on this team who is not hungry.

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Speaking about the young players, captain and elder brother Rohit Sharma said: “To be honest, many of the boys are very down to earth. Jaiswal is still brilliant, but otherwise all the boys are very polite, they come from humble backgrounds.” They consider him their partner. He also brings that into the game. Our job is to make sure there is an environment where he can go out and do his job and that’s what we’re trying to do with a lot of young players. He’s spent a lot of time playing domestic cricket, so he’s particularly good at it. He knows the format, he bats long, bowls long spells, he is aware of these things.”

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