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WI VS IND: We Should Continue To Keep Topping Up The Little Aspects Of The Game, Says Rohit Sharma After T20I Series Win Over West Indies

WI VS IND: Team India had a remarkable outing in the Caribbean nation. They won the majority of the games and ended the tour in a grand fashion.

Earlier, they locked horns with West Indies in the ODI series. The Men in Blue emerged as the victorious side on all three occasions, thus inflicting a 3-0 whitewash on the hosts.

India won the ODI series under Shikhar Dhawan’s captaincy. On the other hand, Rohit Sharma returned for the T20I leg. Under his captaincy, India won the T20I series in the first four games itself.

India won the T20I opener before losing to West Indies in the second game. The Men in Blue fought really hard in the third and fourth game and won the series.

WI VS IND: We Should Continue To Keep Topping Up The Little Aspects Of The Game, Says Rohit Sharma After T20I Series Win Over West Indies
WI VS IND: We Should Continue To Keep Topping Up The Little Aspects Of The Game, Says Rohit Sharma After T20I Series Win Over West Indies

Rohit Sharma was rested for the fifth T20I. Hardik Pandya led the team for the fifth and final T20I. India beat West Indies by 88 runs and clinched the series by 4-1.

Team India have a busy schedule up ahead. They will tour Zimbabwe soon as they will play three-match ODI series. After that, they have two marquee events lined up – Asia Cup and T20 World Cup 2022.

READ MORE: ‘Mr. Tendulkar, If You Are In A Position, Could You Assist Me?’, Ex-West Indies Cricketer Asks Sachin Tendulkar For Help

WI VS IND: Indian skipper Rohit Sharma reacts after India scripts a T20I series win over West Indies

Meanwhile, Indian captain Rohit Sharma couldn’t have asked for a better and complete performance from his boys in the ODI and T20I series over West Indies.

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The Indian skipper had addressed the team in the wake of sensational win in the fifth and final T20I against the West Indies on Sunday in Florida.

“It’s not an end of the road but a consistent mindset will be needed. We have often talked about what we wanted to do, how we wanted to play. It’s one thing talking about it,” the skipper added.

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“And another thing going out and trying to do. Trying to do it is what I felt ( is important) and everyone tried to do that. Most of us actually went and did it. So that to me was very, very pleasing,” Rohit Sharma said while talking to the team after the series win.

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The Indian skipper further added that it’s not one or two players that won games but it was a collective team effort in the first place.

“So we are not one or two guys who won games for us but all of us did that. So to me, that was very, very pleasing to see. Firstly, I really want to appreciate that all of us are buying that thought, and then going out there and actually doing it.”

READ MORE: “If I Get An Opportunity, Will Be More Than Happy To Do That,” Says Hardik Pandya On Taking Up Full-Time Captaincy Role

WI VS IND: Team India had a remarkable outing in the Caribbean nation. They won the majority of the games and ended the tour in a grand fashion.

Earlier, they locked horns with West Indies in the ODI series. The Men in Blue emerged as the victorious side on all three occasions, thus inflicting a 3-0 whitewash on the hosts.

India won the ODI series under Shikhar Dhawan’s captaincy. On the other hand, Rohit Sharma returned for the T20I leg. Under his captaincy, India won the T20I series in the first four games itself.

India won the T20I opener before losing to West Indies in the second game. The Men in Blue fought really hard in the third and fourth game and won the series.

WI VS IND: We Should Continue To Keep Topping Up The Little Aspects Of The Game, Says Rohit Sharma After T20I Series Win Over West Indies
WI VS IND: We Should Continue To Keep Topping Up The Little Aspects Of The Game, Says Rohit Sharma After T20I Series Win Over West Indies

Rohit Sharma was rested for the fifth T20I. Hardik Pandya led the team for the fifth and final T20I. India beat West Indies by 88 runs and clinched the series by 4-1.

Team India have a busy schedule up ahead. They will tour Zimbabwe soon as they will play three-match ODI series. After that, they have two marquee events lined up – Asia Cup and T20 World Cup 2022.

READ MORE: ‘Mr. Tendulkar, If You Are In A Position, Could You Assist Me?’, Ex-West Indies Cricketer Asks Sachin Tendulkar For Help

WI VS IND: Indian skipper Rohit Sharma reacts after India scripts a T20I series win over West Indies

Meanwhile, Indian captain Rohit Sharma couldn’t have asked for a better and complete performance from his boys in the ODI and T20I series over West Indies.

The Indian skipper had addressed the team in the wake of sensational win in the fifth and final T20I against the West Indies on Sunday in Florida.

“It’s not an end of the road but a consistent mindset will be needed. We have often talked about what we wanted to do, how we wanted to play. It’s one thing talking about it,” the skipper added.

“And another thing going out and trying to do. Trying to do it is what I felt ( is important) and everyone tried to do that. Most of us actually went and did it. So that to me was very, very pleasing,” Rohit Sharma said while talking to the team after the series win.

The Indian skipper further added that it’s not one or two players that won games but it was a collective team effort in the first place.

“So we are not one or two guys who won games for us but all of us did that. So to me, that was very, very pleasing to see. Firstly, I really want to appreciate that all of us are buying that thought, and then going out there and actually doing it.”

READ MORE: “If I Get An Opportunity, Will Be More Than Happy To Do That,” Says Hardik Pandya On Taking Up Full-Time Captaincy Role

WI VS IND: Team India had a remarkable outing in the Caribbean nation. They won the majority of the games and ended the tour in a grand fashion.

Earlier, they locked horns with West Indies in the ODI series. The Men in Blue emerged as the victorious side on all three occasions, thus inflicting a 3-0 whitewash on the hosts.

India won the ODI series under Shikhar Dhawan’s captaincy. On the other hand, Rohit Sharma returned for the T20I leg. Under his captaincy, India won the T20I series in the first four games itself.

India won the T20I opener before losing to West Indies in the second game. The Men in Blue fought really hard in the third and fourth game and won the series.

WI VS IND: We Should Continue To Keep Topping Up The Little Aspects Of The Game, Says Rohit Sharma After T20I Series Win Over West Indies
WI VS IND: We Should Continue To Keep Topping Up The Little Aspects Of The Game, Says Rohit Sharma After T20I Series Win Over West Indies

Rohit Sharma was rested for the fifth T20I. Hardik Pandya led the team for the fifth and final T20I. India beat West Indies by 88 runs and clinched the series by 4-1.

Team India have a busy schedule up ahead. They will tour Zimbabwe soon as they will play three-match ODI series. After that, they have two marquee events lined up – Asia Cup and T20 World Cup 2022.

READ MORE: ‘Mr. Tendulkar, If You Are In A Position, Could You Assist Me?’, Ex-West Indies Cricketer Asks Sachin Tendulkar For Help

WI VS IND: Indian skipper Rohit Sharma reacts after India scripts a T20I series win over West Indies

Meanwhile, Indian captain Rohit Sharma couldn’t have asked for a better and complete performance from his boys in the ODI and T20I series over West Indies.

The Indian skipper had addressed the team in the wake of sensational win in the fifth and final T20I against the West Indies on Sunday in Florida.

“It’s not an end of the road but a consistent mindset will be needed. We have often talked about what we wanted to do, how we wanted to play. It’s one thing talking about it,” the skipper added.

“And another thing going out and trying to do. Trying to do it is what I felt ( is important) and everyone tried to do that. Most of us actually went and did it. So that to me was very, very pleasing,” Rohit Sharma said while talking to the team after the series win.

The Indian skipper further added that it’s not one or two players that won games but it was a collective team effort in the first place.

“So we are not one or two guys who won games for us but all of us did that. So to me, that was very, very pleasing to see. Firstly, I really want to appreciate that all of us are buying that thought, and then going out there and actually doing it.”

READ MORE: “If I Get An Opportunity, Will Be More Than Happy To Do That,” Says Hardik Pandya On Taking Up Full-Time Captaincy Role

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