‘You need to start playing’ – Rohit Sharma trolls Ajinkya Rahane over his daily schedule
Rohit Sharma has been active on social media these days.
Updated - Jun 11, 2020 11:05 am
Rohit Sharma is known for his witty responses in the public domain. During the nationwide lockdown, he was proactive on social media and always tried to troll his teammates. He always grabs an opportunity to troll his near and dear ones. And, on Wednesday, as per his personality, he tickled the funny bones of the fans with his reply on Ajinkya Rahane’s tweet.
2019 turned out to be a fantastic year for the Indian opener. He hogged the spotlight for his run-scoring spree and explosive batting. Even, he ended as the leading run-scorer in ODIs in the previous year leaving his own skipper Virat Kohli behind.
Rohit Sharma pokes fun on Ajinkya Rahane’s post
And, the same happened on Wednesday when Team India’s Test vice-captain shared a cherishing post on social media. Ajinkya Rahane took to his official Twitter handle and shared a still sitting in front of his laptop. In the caption, he revealed that in the ongoing lockdown, he is spending some part of his day by going through his past good memories.
He added that it helps in keeping him cool and at peace. His post read, “Every day I take out some time for myself where I rest with my thoughts, type it out & go through old pictures. It really helps in keeping a peaceful mind. #Technology.”
The Indian opener took no time in trolling his teammate and responded that he should soon start playing cricket instead of spending time in front of laptop, “Seriously bro you need start playing ASAP.”
Here is the conversation:
— Ajinkya Rahane (@ajinkyarahane88) June 10, 2020
Seriously bro you need start playing ASAP 🤔 https://t.co/VBAVtsB41s
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) June 10, 2020
It is known that cricket is taking its strides towards improvement with every passing day. Also, fans can expect international cricket to be back soon. Recently West Indies squad departed to England for playing a historic three-match Test series starting next month.
Meanwhile, other cricketing boards are also busy mulling the idea of playing cricket with the new guidelines issued by the International Cricket Council. There will be saliva ban in the post-COVID-19 era and the teams will be penalized if they don’t follow the new rules issued by the apex body.