Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, has clarified his intentions in advance of the highly anticipated WTC Final. The Indian captain said his goal is to win the trophy for his team, and that it’s his only option. Sharma revealed his thoughts before the WTC Final in an interview with a reporter on the morning of the match. When he responded to those questions, the Indian captain made it clear what he was trying to achieve.
Sharma stated that the captains of the teams have made this demand in the past, and the request remains the same. Whoever is in charge now will be in charge in the future – to win championships. The India captain said it would be nice to have some titles.
“I have the responsibility to ensure that Indian cricket is taken forward, every time, whoever it may be, whether it’s myself or someone else. Even the guys before me, their role was the same, to take Indian Cricket forward and win as much games, as many Championships as possible,” Sharma stated on Thursday.
“It will be the exact same for me as well.” I want championships, I want games. You play to win. It will be great to win titles and win some incredible series. But I don’t think we should put ourselves under too much stress by thinking about this stuff. Like I said, as a captain I will be no different .”
Rohit Sharma dismisses claims that Australia has the upper hand
The India captain addressed the talk about Australia being the winner because the conditions are more favorable to them. Sharma dismissed Ricky Ponting’s opinions, saying that he was entitled to his opinion, but it did not matter for India.
“That’s what he thinks.” He is allowed to express his opinion. It will take time to determine which team used the conditions best. That is exactly what the team will do. The team that uses the conditions well will probably win. Rohit said that ,” is as simple as that.