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Captain Rohit Sharma gifted Team India jersey to Victoria’s governor, watch full video

Team India Meet Governor Linda Dessau: The Indian team is present in Australia for the T20 World Cup 2022. The team is practicing hard. Team India will play its first match against Pakistan on Sunday, 23 October. But before this match, the team reached Victoria’s Governor’s House. This video of the team has been shared by the Cricket Board of India (BCCI) on Twitter. Here the entire Indian team met Victoria’s Governor Linda Dessau.

Rohit Sharma gifted Team India jersey

In this video you can see that Team India reached here and team captain Rohit Sharma gifted Indian team jersey to Governor Linda Deseu. The entire team posed for a photo before giving the gift. This photo was earlier shared by BCCI. After giving the jersey gift, Linda Desseu gave a speech about the Indian team. After this, many players including KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant interacted with Linda Deseu and took selfies with all the people present there.

Team India is in rhythm

The Indian team played its first official warm-up match against Australia. The team won this match by 6 runs. At the same time, the second warm-up match against New Zealand could not be played due to rain. Earlier, Team India also played two practice matches against Western Australia.

Will be able to calculate on 23 October

Significantly, Team India will play the great match against Pakistan on 23 October. Earlier, in the T20 World Cup played in the year 2021, the Pakistan team defeated the Indian team by 10 wickets. Now whether this time Team India will be able to equalize the account of the last World Cup or not, it will be a matter to be seen.

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