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‘Let The Match End… I’ll tell it’ On whom did Rohit Sharma get Angry in The Ongoing Match?

Shardul Thakur’s full name is Shardul Thakur. One of the Border-Gavaskar series’ heroes for the years 2020-21. In the final Test of the series, Shardul enjoyed a fantastic partnership with Washington Sundar.

In the first innings of this deciding match at the Gabba, Shardul and Sundar put on a 123-run partnership. Shardul, on the other hand, was removed in the second innings after scoring only two runs.

And the team’s senior player, enraged by the way he was escorted away, told captain Ajinkya Rahane, ‘I’ll teach him a lesson once the match is finished.’

Ajinkya Rahane, who was captaining Team India on that trip at the time, remarked in a documentary series about this tale,

“After Washington was out, Shardul Thakur was up to bat. This is your moment to be a hero, Rohit informed him. Shardul simply nodded in agreement with Rohit’s statements.”

Shardul was then caught out for a six while batting. R. Ashwin commented on this aspect, saying,

“‘When he (Shardul) was on the verge of collapsing. When that, Rohit remarked to Shardul, “Come after we finish.” These were his words. And Shardul was totally clear to me. They must have believed, as Ravi bhai did during the 2011 World Cup, that Dhoni would knock a six and win the tournament.”

“So Shardul must have planned every detail of this moment, including the commentary, book, and movie. As a result, Shardul chose a six. It’s out when the shot lands on short square leg. And everyone inside was thinking to themselves, ‘What are you doing?'”

Rahane stated, “When Shardul went out with a shot,

“‘Rohit had taken a seat next to me. ‘Let the game end, let us win, and I’ll give him a lesson,’ he said. ‘Forget it,’ I answered, ‘we’ll see when the match is done.'”

Let us remind you that, despite Shardul Thakur’s dismissal in this manner, Team India won the Gabba Test match. And they won the Border Gavaskar Trophy for the second time at home, defeating Australia.

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