Indian skipper Rohit Sharma usually attracts headlines for his on-field gestures and messages to his teammates. It has been seen a lot of times when the stump mic has caught Rohit Sharma using some local slang while addressing his teammates or discussing something with the senior players of the team.
A similar sort of moment was seen recently in the ongoing second Test of the five-match Test series between India and England. Rohit Sharma was caught using a cuss word while addressing his teammates in the England innings. The incident happened just after the end of the 31st over in the England innings when the visitors had scored 143 runs for the loss of 4 wickets.
“Koi bhi garden mein ghumega, maa c*****#***ga sabki,” Rohit was heard speaking on the stump mic. The video of this moment also started making rounds on social media as soon as it was shared by a user over X (formerly Twitter).
Here’s the video of Rohit Sharma abusing:
Ch0d dunga bc koi bhi garden me ghumega maa ch0d dunga sabka 😭😭pic.twitter.com/HiVwQ6s2ZF— B... (@PackedBishh) February 3, 2024
Speaking of the ongoing action of the match, England are looking for trouble while batting in response to India’s first-innings total of 396 runs; they have lost 8 wickets at the score of 230 runs in 50.5 overs, having lower tailenders Tom Hartley and James Anderson there in the middle. It’s only Zak Crawley who has scored a half-century for England in the first innings so far, with 76 runs, hitting 11 fours and 2 sixes.
Besides Crawley, skipper Stokes also scored 47 runs to help England keep going in the first innings after India’s score of 396 runs.
Star Indian pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah and wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav have scalped 4 and 3 wickets, respectively for Team India, alongside one wicket picked by Axar Patel.
Notably, the Three Lions are already leading the five-match series by a margin of 1-0 with a 28-run in the first Test of the series.