'We will look to focus on…': Rohit Sharma on Team India's preparations ahead of T20 World Cup Super Eights | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Team India captain Rohit Sharma said the Men in Blue will focus on their team abilities and honing their skills before the start of the ICC Super 8 stage. T20 World Cup 2024.
India advanced towards the Super eight T20 World Cup stage unbeaten, with victories against Ireland, Pakistan and the United States.
Team India's final group game, against Canada, was abandoned without a ball being thrown due to a wet outfield at Broward County Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida, on Saturday.


The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) on Tuesday shared the link of a video where Rohit talks about his team's preparations ahead of the Super Eights.
“There is a real desire in the group to go and do something special. You know it's a good way to start our second stage of the tournament. It clearly shows that everyone wants to make a difference and obviously we taking our skills seriously is something to achieve in every skill set you master,” says Rohit.
India will face Afghanistan (June 20), Bangladesh (June 22) and Australia (June 24) at BarbadosAntigua and Saint Lucia respectively in Super Eights.
“Once we play our first game, we play the next two games in 3 or 4 days. It's going to be a little hectic and again, we're all used to all that. We travel a lot, we play a lot , so that will never be an excuse. We will look to focus much more on our skills and on what we need as a team rather than on all that. Each session then becomes very important and we have to take advantage of it. best part,” Rohit added.


The Indian team hit the nets in Barbados on Monday to prepare for their match against Afghanistan.
On his participation in Barbados, Rohit said: “We have seen a lot of matches here, we have played a lot of matches here so everyone understands what needs to be done to get a result in our favor. Everyone is impatient and very excited at the same time. »

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *