For a long time now, the question has been continuously raised that the Indian team has not been as successful in defending the target as chasing the target. Now the team’s opener Rohit Sharma has explained the reasons for this. Rohit said, ‘If you are chasing the goal, then you know very well what you have to do. Whether it is for 200 runs or 150 runs, you know the target and you know how to bat. How many runs you have to score for an over, but when you are batting first, first you have to set a big target.
A major reason for India’s defeat in the second T20 was that the team’s batsmen could only score 77 runs in the last 10 overs.
He said, “At the same time you also have to remember that you are a set batsman and you should not lose your wicket in a hurry.” A major reason for India’s defeat in the second T20 was that the team’s batsmen could only score 77 runs in the last 10 overs. Rohit, one of the best batsmen in the world in limited overs format, said, “When you bat first, a lot of things are going on in the mind. At the same time, when you get off the bat while chasing a target, then it becomes a different game. If you are hitting the ball well, you want to continue it and score as many runs as possible. ‘ Rohit said, ‘When you are chasing the goal then you have a goal in front of you. You know how you need to bat. One has to form partnerships and reach goals. I see it like this. ‘