‘Rohit Sharma’s PR attempting to save him’: Netizens react to Sourav Ganguly’s remark after WTC final defeat (file photograph)
Many cricket followers criticised Team India captain Rohit Sharma after India’s defeat to Australia within the World Test Championship (WTC) final. Australia received by 209 runs WTC final performed on the Kennington Oval, London. After the match, former BCCI president and ex-Indian cricketer Sourav Ganguly defended Rohit, saying he has full religion in his captaincy.
He additional stated profitable 5 IPL titles isn’t a matter of joke and at instances, may even be harder than profitable the World Cup. Rohit Sharma can also be the captain of IPL staff Mumbai Indians (MI) who’ve received the IPL 5 instances.
“| have full faith on Rohit. He and MS Dhoni have won 5 IPL titles. Winning the IPL isn’t easy because it’s a tough tournament. Winning the IPL is more difficult than winning a World Cup as there are 14 matches after which you take part in the playoffs. In the World Cup, it takes only 4-5 matches for a place in the semis. In the IPL, it takes 17 matches for you to become champions,” he advised India Today.
Ganguly was the BCCI president when Rohit Sharma turned the captain of India after Virat Kohli determined to relinquish captaincy in all types of the sport. After Ganguly defended Rohit, netizens lashed out on the former Indian captain. A Twitter consumer wrote, “Nothing simply one other Rohit Sharma’s PR attempting to save him from humiliation
by cricket and Virat Kohli followers.”
Another consumer tweeted, “Former BCCI president Sourav Ganguly says profitable the Indian Premier League is more durable than profitable the Cricket World Cup. Bhaii in IPL you do not
want to face the likes of Shaheen starc and so on…”
Sourav Ganguly stated, “winning the IPL is even more difficult than winning the World Cup. “
— Akshat (@AkshatOM10) June 12, 2023
Ganguly stated profitable the IPL is tough than profitable the World Cup LMA
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