India beat West Indies by 96 runs within the third ODI to finish a 3-0 collection whitewash, It was Rohit’s first collection as ODI captain.
“We have ticked a lot of boxes in this series. Whatever we wanted to get out of the series, we got what we wanted,” Rohit stated on the submit match presentation ceremony.
He was requested concerning the dressing room environment after Indian cricket not too long ago witnessed some turbulent instances following the tip of Virat Kohli’s management tenure.
“The noise will be around as long as we are playing. We know we are playing a high-profile sport in India and people look up to us and watch us. As players and individuals, we know what we need to focus on,” stated the trendy opener.
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“The outside noise doesn’t bother the dressing room. As long as we can come out and do what we are expected to do, that is very important.”
He once more heaped reward on pacer Prasidh Krishnawho took three wickets on Friday and was named participant of the collection for his 9 scalps in three matches.
“We wanted bowlers to get the bounce off the pitch, we had somebody who could come and bowl those lengths and ask those questions to the batters.
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“It was good to see our quick bowlers, I used to be impressed even with Siraj the way in which he bowled. And Shardul, Deepak bought the chance at completely different instances.”
On wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav, who made a successful comeback after being in the sidelines for a while, Rohit said, “Both Kuldeep and Chahal are essential gamers for us. They have carried out nicely collectively as a bunch, particularly Kuldeep.
“Since Chahal was very much in the plan, Kuldeep went off the radar a little bit. It was important to get him back, and get him back slowly.”
“We start expecting things a little early, and we are pretty sure we can see them back together very soon.”
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Talking concerning the middle-order batters who bailed the crew out on Friday after top-order failure, the captain stated, “With the top order not firing, it was good for the middle order to bail us out. Today they got us to a respectable total. This was the biggest positive.”
Prasidh stated he has been doing plenty of observe and the few Vijay Hazare matches he had performed helped him to maintain in rhythm.
“Anything going to the keeper or the slips, I like those kinds of wickets. Today both wickets I got, it was quite nice to see the ball get the carry and good to have people behind who won’t miss out when you create an opportunity,” he stated.
“When you are running in and see the ball flying to the keeper, it’s what any fast bowler wants. The kind of guys we have in the team, everybody is good and we’ve been learning from each other.
West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran admitted that his side will need to improve a lot in this format.
“The manner we bowled within the collection was great. We have plenty of work to do with bowling and batting, extra so batting this collection. The manner the boys bowled was unbelievable. It looks like we’re higher on the shorter format, however we have to put in work within the longer format.”