Rohit Sharma scored 368 runs in four Tests against England.© AFP
India’s bottom ball captain and batsman Rohit Sharma has no idea about the status of the abandoned fifth Test against England in Manchester last month, but he is very clear that his team won the series 2-1. The fifth Test in Manchester was abandoned after Team India’s junior physio, Yogesh Parmar, tested positive for COVID-19 and was in direct contact with players. This was after some senior members of the Indian support staff were also infected.
The BCCI has agreed to play the fifth Test in July 2022. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said it would be an extension of this year’s series and not a one – off match England want.
“I do not know what will happen with the last Test match. Whether we will play a one-off Test (next year), but in my mind we won the series 2-1,” said Rohit.
Asked if the English series, where he has scored more than 400 runs with one hundred and fifty in four games, is a milestone series for him, he replied: ‘It was a good one considering where I was in my Test career. stand.’
But the 34-year-old victim did not want to call it his best series. “This is not my best series. I feel that my best is yet to come. I used the time before the final of the World Test in Southampton (to determine) what technique and attitude is needed. I was very happy and would like to take it further. “
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