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Rohit Sharma gives unexpected reply to reporter who asked details of conversation with Ashwin

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The current vice-captain of the Indian T20I team, Rohit Sharma has a good sense of humor. The Hitman has frequently showcased it during the press conferences when he interacts with the reporters. Recently, Sharma attended the post-match press conference of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 match between the Indian cricket team and the Afghanistan cricket team.

After losing their first two matches in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, the Indian cricket team made a roaring comeback yesterday night at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Afghanistan cricket team captain Mohammad Nabi won the toss and invited the Indian cricket team to have a bat first. The Indian cricket team got off to a fabulous start with opening batters Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul stitching up a 100+ runs opening partnerships.

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Contributions from Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant powered the Indian cricket team past the 200-run mark. The Afghanistan cricket team’s batters could not score big against the Indian bowlers. Eventually, the Mohammad Nabi-led outfit lost the match by 66 runs.

The conversation between me and Ashwin throughout the UK tour was that where we should take our kids: Rohit Sharma

Ravichandran Ashwin made a comeback to the Indian T20I team yesterday night in Abu Dhabi. He played his first T20I since 2017 and picked up two crucial wickets in his four economical overs. When asked about the conversations he had with Ashwin during his time on the benches, Rohit replied:

“The conversation between me and Ashwin throughout the UK tour was that where we should take our kids. Which park do we take them to? We didn’t have any conversation about cricket, to be honest. He has got two beautiful daughters, I have got a daughter as well; so, we’re only discussing that which theme park we should be going to during our off time.”

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