Among the Indian cricket team’s most respected players is Rohit Sharma.
Recently, Ranjeet Singh, an Indore traffic police officer, sent a message on his Facebook page expressing his admiration and gratitude for Indian skipper Rohit Sharma for a wonderful gesture.
When India last played in Indore, Ranjeet writes, he met Rohit and requested for his autograph. Nevertheless, because he was preoccupied with his work, his wish was not granted. Nevertheless, when India traveled to the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore for the second Twenty20 International match against Afghanistan, the renowned Mumbai batter recalled the situation and made sure to sign an autograph for Ranjeet.
Ranjeet stated that Rohit had given a message to a bus driver, who then picked it up. “Love your energy, wish you lot of success,” Rohit had penned and signed. Undoubtedly, this piece of paper will rank among Ranjeet’s most priceless belongings ever.
It’s still waiting for Rohit Sharma to score his first since his T20I return.
For the first time in fourteen months, Virat Kohli and Rohit, two of the most seasoned players in the current Indian squad, were back in the T20I side for the current three-match T20I series against Afghanistan. Citing “personal reasons,” Virat missed the first game in Mohali. However, he returned for the second game in Indore, where he amassed an impressive 29 runs off of 16 balls.
On the other hand, Rohit’s T20I comeback has not gone well. He was run out for a duck in the opening game due to a misunderstanding with Shubman Gill, his opening partner. The Mumbai hitter was bowled by Fazalhaq Farooqi and out on the first ball he faced in Indore. In the third Twenty20 International, which is played in Bengaluru on Wednesday, January 17, the 36-year-old will try to finish with a big score. He has guided the team to a series victory.