A “more than happy” Rohit Sharma lauded your entire Indian workforce after successful their last recreation of the round-robin stage of the continued World Cup 2023 towards the Netherlands on the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru on Sunday, November 12.
The Males in Blue thumped the Netherlands by 160 runs to proceed their unbeaten run and completed on the high of the factors desk with 18 factors to their credit score in 9 video games. The Rohit Sharma-led aspect thrashed each opposition that got here in its path and was the primary workforce to qualify for the semis of the spectacle.
“Since we began the event, it was all about one recreation at a time. We by no means needed to look too far forward. It’s a lengthy event, 11 video games in all if we go all the way in which. It was vital to interrupt it down and give attention to it. We centered on one recreation,” Rohit mentioned in the course of the post-match presentation.
India grew to become the one workforce within the event to journey probably the most and play at 9 totally different venues in the course of the round-robin stage. They began off with their marketing campaign opener towards Australia on the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai and performed their final group recreation in Bengaluru thereby adapting and excelling in several circumstances.
“We’re taking part in in several venues and play accordingly and that is what we did. Very happy with how we have performed in these 9 video games. Very medical from recreation one to at this time. Totally different people have stepped up and put their hand up and accomplished the job. Everybody needed to take the duty. Enjoying in several venues, was a problem. We tailored very well,” he added.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi showers reward on Males in Blue
PM Modi heaped reward on the Indian workforce. He extolled India’s ability and teamwork and likewise wished them luck for the semifinal conflict versus the Kane Williamson-led New Zealand to be performed on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on November 15.
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