“We lost only because of him” after the humiliating defeat, Rohit Sharma blamed his own fault on this player, held him respo


Rohit Sharma: Australia has defeated India by 9 wickets in the third test. On the third day of the day, Australia got a target of 75 runs, which the Australian batsmen achieved by losing only one wicket. In this match, Indian captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bat first.

Batting first, the Indian team was able to score only 109 runs, in response to which the Australian team scored 197 runs in their first innings. In the second innings too, the Indian innings remained simple and got all out for 163 runs.

In response, the Australian team achieved this target by losing one wicket. Let’s read what Indian captain Rohit Sharma said after the defeat…..

Rohit Sharma said this after losing the match

Speaking in the post match presentation after the defeat, Rohit Sharma said, ‘When you lose a Test match, many things happen which are not in our favour. Obviously we didn’t bat well in the first innings and we understand how important it is to put runs on the board. Once they got a lead of 80-90 runs, we had to play a better innings with the bat and we could not do that. ,

Hitman further said that ‘if we had batted well in the first innings, things would have been different. We haven’t thought about it (Ahmedabad Test), we have just finished the Test and we have some time to think about it.

Rohit Sharma praised Nathan Lyon

Rohit Sharma further said, ‘We need to understand that whatever the pitch, we have to come out and do our job. You have to be brave when you are playing on challenging pitches. I thought we allowed their bowlers to bowl at a particular spot, especially Lyon bowled brilliantly, but when a bowler is doing that you have to come up with different plans. A weird game can be like that and this game was all about that. We want some people to stand up and put their hands up to take the team forward. If you fail in your plans then the result of the game will be like this.


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