T20 World Cup 2022: Rohit Sharma Likens ICC Event to Game of Thrones | Look here

Namibia defeated Sri Lanka in the opening game of the T20 World Cup in Geelong. Fans are anticipating further “upsets” in the qualifying rounds, where West Indies will play Scotland and Ireland will play Zimbabwe, as we approach the Super 12 stage, which kicks off on Sunday with a clash between archrivals Australia and New Zealand.

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Returning to the Super 12 clash, India will face Pakistan on Sunday at the iconic MCG, and the India skipper appeared ready for the big clash when he arrived for an ICC interaction with the press. All of the team skippers spoke to the media while they were present at this event, which was unusual in and of itself. Rohit expressed his thoughts clearly when questioned about his response on the whole affair. “Yaa it’s pretty cool actually, just a Game of Thrones kind of feel.”

Later, ICC posted that clip with an amazing twist. With the caption “#Winter #T20WorldCup is coming #cricket #cricketreels #got,” they shared it on Instagram.

The India skipper previously remembered how he began his Twenty20 career while competing in the inaugural T20 World Cup in South Africa over 15 years ago. He is one of the few who have participated in each event since it began.

Rohit told the media in Melbourne, “When I was picked for that World Cup I did not go with any expectations about myself,” Rohit told the press in Melbourne. “I just wanted to enjoy the tournament and play the tournament as it was my first ever World Cup. I had no understanding of what it was like to be part of a World Cup and how big it was going to be until we actually won the World Cup,” he continued.

“You can literally see how it is played now compared to what it was like in 2007,” he continued. ” 140 or 150 was a good score back then and now people try and get that score in 14 or 15 overs.”


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At the age of 20, Rohit made his T20 World Cup debut. He was selected to play against England, but since he batted as the middle batter at the time, he was not given the chance to do so. He then had the chance to bat in the second game against the hosts, South Africa, when he scored an unbeaten half-century in 40 balls. In the final against Pakistan, he then scored an unbeaten 30 in just 16 balls.

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