‘Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli should not take a break’, says World Cup winner – न्यूज़लीड India

‘Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli should not take a break’, says World Cup winner

‘Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli should not take a break’, says World Cup winner


The big players of the Indian team have been given advice by Gautam Gambhir. Gambhir said that in view of the ODI World Cup, he should not take much break.

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Published: Saturday, December 31, 2022, 21:37 [IST]

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Gautam Gambhir on break culture in Indian team: It has been seen for some time that the tradition of players taking breaks has developed in the Indian team. Some senior players were on a break after the T20 World Cup. Apart from this, this was also seen on the tour of Zimbabwe. Former Indian player Gautam Gambhir has not considered this a right attitude. Gautam Gambhir says that the team will have to play consistently to win. It is not a good idea to take frequent breaks. Keeping in mind the World Cup, he said that Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli should not take much break.

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Shouldn’t take too many breaks in ODIs

Keeping in mind the preparations for the ODI World Cup, Gambhir said that the seniors of the team should not take too much break. Giving advice to big players like Rohit and Virat, Gambhir told ESPNCricinfo that you cannot keep taking breaks. Suddenly you will realize that the World Cup has come and you do not have a permanent unit. After this you will start making changes in the team. Whether it is T20 or 50-over World Cup, this is what is happening in the last two World Cups. I hope that in the 50-over World Cup, the players will not take much break.

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Gambhir also said that you should be aware of your core team. Unit will not be able to be established in the team if things keep changing. Looking at the 50-over World Cup, big players should play. The ODI World Cup is round the corner. Core members like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli should not take much break now.

Indian team will play against Sri Lanka

Team India’s next assignment is now in the home series against Sri Lanka. The Indian team will play the first three T20 matches against Sri Lanka at home. After this there is to be a series of ODIs. Hardik Pandya has been made the captain of Team India for the T20 series. Rohit Sharma is the captain for the ODI series. Shikhar Dhawan is not in the team.

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Rohit Sharma and Viray Kohli should not take regular breaks: Gautam Gambhir

Story first published: Saturday, December 31, 2022, 21:37 [IST]

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