India were already the top-ranked team in T20 Internationals and have now become number one in ODIs as well, but skipper Rohit Sharma made it clear that the team’s focus is on preparation of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup to be held in India later this year.

Rohit Sharma said in the press conference after the match –

“To be honest, the ranking doesn’t matter. I saw that before this series, we were fourth. First of all, I don’t know how we were fourth and we honestly don’t care too much about it. We are preparing big. All these games that we play will motivate us going into that big event.”

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Rohit said – “We want to be prepared. We are playing at home, there are some challenges we need to be prepared for. Some combinations (we need to test) as well. This gives us all that before the World Cup match. But again, all these games and series that you win, you get a lot of confidence. And that’s what we want.”

Rohit hopes to turn around India’s fortunes in the tournament –

India showed similar dominance in the T20 format last year, leading up to the T20 World Cup 2022, but India’s dream of becoming world champions came to an end with a semi-final defeat against England. Rohit Sharma hopes he can turn around India’s fortunes in his second limited-overs tournament as captain later this year.

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Rohit said “When we went to the T20 World Cup, we had won everything except the Asia Cup. But when we went there, we were very confident of doing well. Unfortunately, things didn’t go in our favour. But it could happen. But there’s another opportunity for us. We just want to be ready.” All these matches that we play, we want to tick all the boxes out there.”