MI captain Rohit Sharma considered himself lucky

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

Mumbai Indians (MI) captain Rohit Sharma considered himself lucky because he can be playing cricket at a time when many people are not able to get involved in their favorite activities outside the bio-safe environment.

Defending champions Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma talked about life inside a bio-safe environment which has become necessary due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Rohit said in the video released on the Twitter handle of his franchise. Many people are unable to work. They are not able to do the work that they like. At least we are lucky that we are doing what we love.”

He said, ‘at least I am happy to play cricket which I like. If we have to coordinate, we have to do this. Try how you can give your performance. You also know this life of a bio-safe environment. ”

Rohit said that the country’s recent memorable win against England and Australia will give Indian cricket a lot of confidence to move forward.

MI captain Rohit Sharma considered himself lucky

He said, “The whole world saw what we did in Australia. The performance we did as a team was enjoyable. especially the performances of the young players who made it into the team. They took responsibility and performed well on important occasions. ” This is so good to see. “

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