You wonder what the terrain would look like for the 4th test: Rohit Sharma | Cricket News

AHMEDABAD: Indian batsman Rohit Sharma on Sunday gave a cheeky dig to field critics, saying he also wondered what the 22 yards would look like in the upcoming fourth test against England.
Rohit posted a photo of himself on Instagram in which he is lying on the ground and he captioned the post: “I wonder what the pitch would look like for the 4th test.”

India had managed to beat England by ten wickets in two days in the pink ball test. The game saw the batsmen of India and England fail to shine and come out of balls which did not turn and skid by the spinners.
But critics have sought to blame the field for the batsman’s failure. After the match, Rohit made it clear that he didn’t think the pitch had demons. Even skipper Virat Kohli spoke of the terrible display of hitting from both teams.

“It was a good ground to beat on, once you get there you can score points as you saw it. You just have to apply yourself and stay focused to score points. If you are watching the game. of the Chennai test, the second test, it turned out to be a lot more than here. A lot of hitters got points there in the second test, in this test we have to be honest with ourselves and accept that we don’t. were not beating well, “Rohit had said at a virtual press conference after the end of the third Test.

“In Chennai there was a lot more to offer than that, we played well at this wicket. We are learning from our mistakes, the guys applied, Ashwin got 100 in the second round of the second test, Ajinkya got 50 , Virat got 60-odd. If you apply yourself you can score points. We accept as a batting unit that we haven’t hit as well as we would have liked in this test. We just have to take it for ourselves and we have to get back to the drawing board, ”he added.

In the current series Rohit, Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin were the most notable performers and now in the fourth test the skipper Kohli would be looking to come to the party and end his century-long drought.
Kohli last scored a century ago in 2019 in a day-night test against Bangladesh at Eden Gardens.
If India manages to win or draw in the final test against England, the team will advance to the World Test Championship (WTC) final and the team will face New Zealand in the clash. at the top.

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