Rohit Sharma, Ind Vs Wi T20: Harsha Bhogle asked a question on kicking the ball, so this was the reaction of Rohit Sharma – Rohit Sharma kicks ball vs west india harsha bhogle question india vs west indies t20 tspo

Story Highlights

  • 2nd T20I match between India and West Indies
  • Team India won both match and series

The second T20 match was played between India and West Indies in Kolkata on Friday. Team India won this match and took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. When Team India was fielding, at that time two-three catches were also missed from the players. A catch was also missed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, after which captain Rohit Sharma kicked the ball in anger.

After the match, when the presentation ceremony was taking place, commentator Harsha Bhogle also jokingly asked this question to Rohit Sharma. On which Rohit Sharma laughed.

Click: Bhuvneshwar dropped the catch at the crucial moment, Rohit kicked the ball in anger

Actually, Harsha Bhogle questioned whether there was any lack in fielding today, to which Rohit Sharma said that yes, we were a bit lax in fielding. But we will try to try to reduce such mistakes in the future, because we are counted in the best fielding side.

Harsha Bhogle said with this that today the captain himself had kicked the ball, on which Rohit Sharma laughed.

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When did Rohit kick the ball?

Let us tell you that when Bhuvneshwar Kumar was bowling the 16th over of the innings, at that time he left a catch of Rowman Powell. The ball went very high and Bhuvneshwar Kumar was trying to catch a catch on his own ball. But he could not catch the catch.

Rohit Sharma standing side by side looked disappointed and kicked the ball immediately. Team India also suffered a loss due to Rohit Sharma’s kick on the ball, because the ball went some distance and the West Indies batsmen took one extra run.

Let us tell you that in the second T20 match played in Kolkata, Team India made a score of 186 runs while batting first, in response the West Indies team was rapidly moving towards the score. But due to the excellent bowling of Indian bowlers in the death overs, West Indies were left behind by 8 runs.

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