IPL 2024
Rohit Sharma ‘Folds His Hands’ And Asks Cameraman To Mute Audio
By SMCS - May 18, 2024 11:00 am
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India captain Rohit Sharma has a habit of entertaining his fans with comments, which often go viral and made headlines. However, this time, he made a hilarious gesture that left fans surprised. While interacting with former Mumbai Indians (MI) teammate Dhawal Kulkarni, Rohit was recorded by one of the cameramen of the host broadcasters of the IPL 2024, Star Sports. He didn’t realise it earlier, but the moment he realised, he folded his hands and requested him to mute the audio.

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Rohit Sharma scores a fifty

“Bhai audio band karo haa… Ek Audio ne mera waat laga diya hai,” Rohit Sharma’s hilarious comment with folded hands made everyone laugh.

Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma played for Mumbai Indians in the match against Lucknow Super Giants last night where LSG won convincingly.

After the match, Hardik Pandya, MI Captain said: “Quite difficult. Did not play good quality cricket, eventually costed us the whole season. It’s a professional world. Have to always come out and put our best foot forward. But yes, as a group we could not play quality cricket or smart cricket. Too early to point out what went wrong. The whole season kind of went wrong. We can pass this game as another one (that went wrong).”

KL Rahul, LSG captain said: “Very disappointing. At the beginning of the season, I really felt we had a strong team and had most bases covered. Couple of injuries – happens to every team. We didn’t play well enough collectively. Today was a really good performance. This is the kind of game we wanted to play more. Unfortunately we didn’t do that. Really happy for them. Franchise has invested a lot of time and energy with them (Indian pacers in LSG). It’s not just two months in the year. We sent Mayank and Yudhvir to South Africa to train with Morne Morkel. Hard work for them has paid off, but franchise and the team has worked a lot with them. I’m not sure. There’s not much T20 cricket coming up now. It’s been a season where I’ve learnt a lot about my own batting and what I need to do to get back in the team. Maybe middle-order, maybe not. We would’ve ideally wanted him (Pooran) to bat higher, but with how the team’s lined up, we want our senior international players bat in positions where they can absorb pressure. Didn’t want our two overseas batters to bat close together. I’m on my father-in-law’s team now. We’ll both be cheering for Sharma ji ka beta in the World Cup.”