Rohit Sharma before IND vs PAK T20 World Cup clash

Rohit Sharma before IND vs PAK T20 World Cup clash. Fans are anticipating India-Pakistan’sblockbusterclash at the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 on June 9, but one factor remains a major unknown: the pitch’s behavior in New York.

Every cricket fan is looking forward to the highly anticipated India-Pakistan clash at the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup on June 9, but one factor remains a major unknown: the pitch in New York. As the two teams prepare to face off on Sunday, Indian captain Rohit Sharma has opened up about the difficult New York pitch.

The buildup to this marquee event has been dominated by discussions about pitch conditions. The International Cricket Council promised to address concerns raised by the game between South Africa and the Netherlands. With the Dutch restricted to only 103/9 and South Africa struggling at 3-3 in their chase, concerns about the pitch’s nature have grown.

When a Pakistani journalist enquired about India’s potential edge based on their similar experience, Rohit responded sarcastically, claiming that the curator was unaware of pitch behavior.

“This is not our home either, yes we have played a couple of games here, but a few of our training sessions have been washed out too, and about the pitch, well even the curator doesn’t know how the pitch will behave,” Rohit stated during the pre-game press conference.

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I think both the teams will have similar opportunities: Rohit Sharma

Speaking about the unfamiliarity of drop-in pitches for subcontinental teams. Rohit noted that the Australian curator is still deciding how much grass to remove. He highlighted that both teams will confront similar hurdles, and the team that performs better on the day will win.

“I think both the teams will have similar opportunities and whoever plays better will win,” Rohit said.

The Babar Azam-led team’s unexpected loss to the United States of America. In their first match also highlight, but Rohit refuse to underestimate their opponents.

“This framework allows for anything to happen anywhere. They lost to Zimbabwe in the last T20 World Cup, but advanced to the final. “You can’t think about the opposition here because form comes and goes so quickly,” Rohit continued.

Despite sustaining a few injuries during the first game against Ireland. The Indian captain stays resolute, gaining strength from India’s legendary Gabba Test victory in 2021.

“It’s tough, but blows don’t mean anything to me. You have to overcome such obstacles. If you recall the Gabba Test (in January 2020), we won due to mental fortitude. These are the moments when you test yourself; all athletes who want to build a reputation for themselves must flourish in these situations,” he added.

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