‘Humare Rohit Sharma ji’ – Rahul Dravid reveals the naughtiest player in Team India

Rohit Sharma and Rahul Dravid

India head coach Rahul Dravid spoke about the most mischievous player in the Indian team ahead of the fifth Test against England at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association in Dharamshala. He revealed that captain Rohit Sharma deserves the title of naughtiest player.

Rohit Sharma is one of the most cheerful players in the Indian cricket team. The way he treats all the youngsters on the team is something that many appreciate. The Indian captain often behaves like a small child and keeps everyone happy.

Rohit Sharma has created a fantastic atmosphere in the Indian team ever since he took over the leadership of the team. The senior opener also leaves no stone unturned in taunting his players and taunting them a lot. This has been evident on the field through the microphone, where he is often heard saying funny things.

Rohit Sharma is currently the captain of the Indian team in the ongoing Test series against England. The opener has been fantastic as a leader and also a batsman in the ongoing series. Under his leadership, the team has already won the series by a 3-1 margin with one game remaining.

Rohit Sharma did not start the series on a good note as India suffered a poor defeat against England in Hyderabad. However, after that, he has been exceptional. He made sure not to remember what happened in the first game and ensured that India won the next three games in a row.

India head coach Rahul Dravid was the most mischievous player in the team. The former team captain took no time and pointed fingers at captain Rohit Sharma. The conversation took place during the recent event.

“Question: The most dangerous player on the team? (The naughtiest player on the team).

Rahul Dravid – Humare Sharma ji (our Rohit Sharma).”

I have always tried to understand both the teams and plan accordingly – Rohit Sharma

On the eve of the fifth Test against England, Rohit Sharma spoke about his plans as a leader ahead of any series. He said that he always tries to understand both teams and plan accordingly. He also spoke of his role as a patron and stated:

“Before any series, I have always tried to understand both teams and plan accordingly. I have multiple duties. First of all, I am a hitter. And if I go out, I need to plan who to move up the order, and then on the field, it’s about measuring the wicket according to our bowling strength. I didn’t study much in school, but I study opponents a lot while playing cricket.

“It’s important because teams approach things differently. So I enjoy the learning process as a batsman and captain. I don’t think about who is injured or who is unavailable, so I need to plan accordingly and maintain a good atmosphere. “We have been very relaxed as a team even when they put pressure on us in the series.”

Rohit Sharma will next be seen in action when India takes on England in the fifth Test in Dharamsala. He would hope to win the last game as well and finish the series on a high.