Gavaskar got angry when Rohit left the first ODI due to his brother-in-law’s marriage, said – When it comes to World Cup, then family..


Australia beat India 2-1 in the 3 ODI series
Sunil Gavaskar raised questions on Rohit Sharma taking a break

New Delhi. Team India lost the 3 ODI series against Australia. India had to score 270 runs in the last ODI in Chennai. But, Team India lost the match by 21 runs. Since this defeat, questions are being raised on Team India. Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar has also said a big thing about Indian captain Rohit Sharma. Gavaskar looked annoyed that Rohit did not play the first ODI. Because he had gone to the marriage of his wife’s brother.

Sunil Gavaskar believes that there is no place for family in international cricket except in case of emergency. A captain should be available at all times and for every match. He said during a conversation on Star Sports, “According to me Rohit Sharma needs to play in every match. You cannot have a captain who plays one match and is missing for the rest of the matches. This is an important thing.

Nothing bigger than World Cup: Gavaskar
Gavaskar further said, “I know that Rohit did not play the first ODI because of the family. But, when it comes to the World Cup, then the family has to be left behind. Before that you finish all the responsibilities. Unless there is an emergency, it is not right to leave the match. The matter of emergency is different. Continuity is necessary in leadership.

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Let us inform that in the first ODI against Australia, Hardik Pandya captained in place of Rohit Sharma and India won that match. After this Rohit returned and the Indian team lost both the ODIs and the series also slipped out of hand.

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