Not Virat-Bumrah, Rohit Sharma picked this player as his important player for the ODI World Cup


The Indian team has started the preparation for the biggest tournament in cricket under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. This time the World Cup will be hosted by India. This will be the golden chance for the Indian team to win the ODI World Cup this time in front of the home audience. 

The Indian team management is trying different players ahead of this big tournament as they have shortlisted a few players for this tournament. The Indian team is currently in very good form as they have been playing really well in the recent ODIs.

Rohit Sharma picked this player as a crucial player:

The Indian team has many players who can be match-winners for India, especially in these conditions. India’s team has players like KL Rahul, Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah who can win matches for India in any situation but Rohit Sharma picked this player as their important player.

He picked Mohmmad Siraj as one of the most important players for the team. He said in the post-match presentation that Mohammad Siraj’s rise is a big positive for the Indian team. He is having a lot of expectations from him in this World Cup.

Mohammad Siraj has impressed everybody in the recent time:

He has impressed everybody through his performance in recent times, he is the highest-ranked Indian bowler in the ODI.  He is the third-ranked ODI bowler. He took 9 wickets in the 3 matches against Srilanka and he is performing well against New Zealand in the ODI series as he took 4 wickets in the first match.

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