Who Won the England-India Series: Rohit Sharma Clear in his Mind

Who Won the England-India Series: India opener Rohit Sharma said that it is evident in his mind that his group won the series 2-1 vs England.

India starter Rohit Sharma said that while he is not entirely sure about the status of the last friendly match between England and India abandoned in the India camp due to Covid fears, it is clear that his team won Series 21. You have.

It is known that the BCCI agreed to contest the fifth round of the series. In July next year when India is touring England for a limited series. Although there is still no official confirmation from the ECB. Whether it will be a one-time test match or an extension to this year’s series. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had previously said that it will be played as the fifth round of this year’s series. and not just a one-time match test.

The fifth test in Manchester was canceled after team India junior physiotherapist Yogesh Parmar tested positive for COVID19 and found him in direct contact with the players. This came after some high-ranking members of the Indian support staff were found to be infected as well.

But the soon-to-be T20 captain refused to call it his best series.

Rohit Sharma Clear in his Mind on Who Won the England-India Series. Details Inside
Rohit Sharma is clear in his mind that India won the series 2-1 vs England. (Credit: To @BCCI)

“I don’t know what’s happening with the last Test match. Whether we are playing a one-off Test (next year) but in my mind, we have won the series 2-1,” Rohit said during sports apparel giant Adidas’ promotional campaign ‘Impossible Is Nothing.’

Asked if the England series, where he scored more than 400 runs with a hundred and two fifties in four games is a milestone series for him, he replied: “It was a good one considering where I was standing in my Test career.”

“It’s not my best series. I feel my best is yet to come. I utilized the time before the World Test. Championship final in Southampton (to figure) what sort of technique and mindset is required. I was pretty happy and would like to take it further.”

“It was in 2014 when I went to Kenya and was really sad knowing about the condition of rhinos. India and Africa are two places where we have the maximum rhino population.

“I often thought that why don’t I carry my cause on to the field,” Rohit said

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