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Rohit Sharma

India captain Rohit Sharma was elated during his interaction with Prime Minister Narendra after his team’s triumph in the 2024 T20 World Cup. The captain gave some very funny answers after the country’s leader asked him some serious questions.

Rohit Sharma has been in the spotlight ever since India lifted the 2024 T20 World Cup trophy. The Indian captain gave his best throughout the tournament and made sure to lead his team to glory after having won the last ICC title in 2013, which was the Champions Trophy.

Rohit Sharma was the captain of the top-ranked team. Everything he touched turned to gold as the Indian team put in a sensational performance throughout the tournament and won the trophy without losing a single match, becoming the first team to win the tournament undefeated.

Rohit Sharma led the charge and made sure to show the way for his team and lead them to victory after 11 years in ICC events. The Indian captain finished the tournament as the leading scorer with 257 runs to his name and gave his team a powerful start in almost every match he played.

Rohit Sharma was in tears after India won the 2024 T20 World Cup. Winning the World Cup meant too much to him because for the last few years he has been giving his best but failed to cross the finishing line.

After India won the T20 World Cup, the entire team had breakfast with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and during the interaction, a serious question came to his mind and he asked, “Rohit aap hamesha itne serious hi rahte ho.”

Responding to this, Rohit Sharma stated, “Yeh toh actually ladke hi bata skte hai.”

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In this World Cup, I can safely say that there was a lot of desperation and hunger among the people – Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma spoke about his journey from being a young player in 2007 to winning the World Cup as captain in 2024. He spoke about how he realised the importance of winning the World Cup and explained how everyone in the team had the same passion and hunger this time around. He explained:

“In 2007, I was the youngest player and in 2024, I became the captain of Vijay’s team. To be honest, when I first joined the team in 2007, we toured Ireland where Rahul was the captain. After that, we went straight to South Africa for the World Cup. There, we won the World Cup for the first time. When we reached India after winning the World Cup, we were on our way to Mumbai. It took us 5 hours to reach Wankhede Stadium from the airport. After 2-3 days, I realised that winning the World Cup is very easy.

“But after that, we kept coming to the World Cup. Many times, we came close to the World Cup, but we couldn’t win it. In this World Cup, I can confidently say that there was a lot of desperation and hunger among the people. When we went to the West Indies, it was very difficult. When we played cricket for the first time in New York, cricket was never played there. The pitch was not good for practice. But none of the boys paid attention to how we would play the final in Barbados. It feels good to be the captain of such a team. We all have the same goal, how to win,” he concluded.