𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – The last match of the four-Test series between India and the Australian cricket team is being played at the ground of Brisbane.
Where the Australian team is batting first. Fielding first, Rohit Sharma, the vice-captain of the Indian team, caught a great catch.
Which is never easy for any fielder. Rohit Sharma not only caught a great catch but also stopped speaking of all those critics.
Those who were talking about his fitness that Rohit Sharma’s physique is not fit for cricket. In this Test match against India, the Australian cricket team won the toss and decided to bat first.
The Australian team came out to bat first and Mohammed Siraj came to bowl in the first over. Who is the most experienced bowler of the Indian team in this test match?
Although he has experience of only three Test matches. And in such a situation, Mohammad Siraj created an opportunity in the first over for the Indian cricket team.
Which Rohit Sharma did not know. Let us tell you that Rohit Sharma caught this catch in a surprising English manner, which is never easy.
Mohammed Siraj got a little swing on the sixth balls of the first over and then David Warner batted. Ged took the edge of the bat and went to slip.
Let us tell you that in this Test match, India was bowling with three slips in the beginning. And Rohit Sharma was standing in the second slip.
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But Ged was between the first slip and the wicketkeeper, taking the edge of the bat. But Rohit Sharma was eyeing the ball with a lot of promptness and then he drove the drive for a catch.
Rohit Sharma then caught a catch a few inches above the ground, falling between the first slip and the wicketkeeper.
And stopped speaking of all those who keep questioning the physics of hitman Sharma. Then, shortly after this.
He caught a falling catch of Steve Smith at short midwicket. And they proved that their body definitely seems to weigh a little but they are always ready in every field.