Rohit Sharma is a true gentleman! There is no doubt about the statement. The vice-captain of the Indian cricket team has always been lauded for his humble and down to earth behaviour. He enjoys a cordial relationship with most of his colleagues in the Indian team and is respected by most of his opponents. On Wednesday, Sharma showed just why everyone in and around him enjoys his presence and loves him. Rohit was caught clicking selfies with the groundsmen of the Providence Stadium where India is set to face the West Indies in the first game of the five-match ODI series. Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma & Ravi Shastri Make This Fan’s Day Ahead of India vs West Indies 1st ODI 2019 Match in Guyana (View Pics and Video).
In a photo shared on Instagram by the official Indian cricket team account, Rohit can be seen clicking selfies with two ground-staff members of the Providence Stadium. Reports claim that some ground staff members of the Cricket ground in Guyana had requested the Indian opening batsman for a picture with him to which the Indias limited-overs vice-captain obliged and happily clicked selfies with them. Dream11 Prediction for Team India vs West Indies: Tips to Pick Best All-Rounders, Batsmen, Bowlers & Wicket-Keepers for IND Vs WI 1st ODI 2019 Match.
Rohit Sharma Clicks Selfies with Ground Staff of Providence Cricket Stadium
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Rohit Sharma has been in sensational form in ODI cricket of late and finished ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 as the tournament's highest run-scorer. The 32-year-old opening batsman scored in excess of 600 runs in the group stages of CWC 2019. He also slammed five centuries in the ICC tournament making him the only cricketer to do so in the history of the World Cup.
Rohit was also in fine form in the T20I series which India clean swept by a 3-0 margin. His half-century in the second T20I against West Indie helped India put a respectable target on board before Krunal Pandya and Navdeep Saini powered India to a 22-run victory via the DLS method in a rain-affected game. Sharma is tied with compatriot Virat Kohli on 21 half-centuries in T20Is making them the cricketers with most no of half-centuries in T20Is.