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‘Tere pass toh ache dole bhi hain’ – Rohit Sharma hilariously trolls Yuzvendra Chahal

Rohit Sharma smashed 85 runs off just 43 balls in 2nd T20I against Bangladesh.

Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal
Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal. (Photo Source: Twitter)

It was a memorable night for Rohit Sharma in Rajkot on Thursday against Bangladesh in the 2nd T20I. The Indian skipper smacked Bangladesh bowlers out of the park and cruised India to a win. Now, the series decider will be played in Nagpur on 10th of November.

Bangladesh posted a below-par total of 153 runs in front of the hosts in order to chase. The chase went on track for Team India and chased down the target in 15.4 overs. But, the star of the innings was the Indian Hitman, who scored 85 runs in just 43 deliveries and got Man of The Match.

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Rohit Sharma and his interview on Chahal TV

After India’s emphatic win over Bangladesh at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, the top scorer of the team appeared on Chahal TV that is hosted by the Indian leg spinner, Yuzvendra Chahal. During the interview, the young spinner asked his captain about the power he brings in his batting in order to hit long and monstrous sixes.

In a reply to it, Rohit Sharma gave a proper explanation and according to him for hitting sixes, a player should time the ball well and the ball should hit the middle of the bat.

“You don’t need a huge body and muscles to hit big sixes. Even you (Chahal) can hit sixes. Power is not the only thing you need to hit sixes, you need timing as well. The ball should hit the middle of the bat and your head should be still. So, there are a number of things you need in order to hit a six.”

Then the Indian spinner asked if his skipper if he can ever hit monstrous sixes. The Indian opener said that it is possible for him and also hilariously asks him to show his biceps that are enough for hitting the ball across the boundary. (Tu bhi maar sakta hain tere pass toh ache dole bhi hain).

Rohit Sharma, the Indian skipper also recorded the highest individual score by an Indian captain in a T20I chase, after he played a commendable knock of 85 runs. He also broke the record of hitting most sixes as an Indian captain that was previously held by MS Dhoni.

Here is the video

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