In the last ODI against South Africa, Rohit Sharma played a match-winning knock for team India and scored 115 runs, and gave a perfect response with his bat to the critics.in this Proteas series he had endured a poor run and because of that many people touted him as a home track bully, but last night he played an instrumental inning for the Men in Blue when the team needed him most and registered a historic win over the Proteas in Port Elizabeth.
After his superb innings the Vice-captain of Men in Blue passes his message to his critics as says it does not bother him when people are making bad comments about him, Rohit Sharma also said that he feels privileged when Social media sing his name after his non-performance.
The Indian vice-captain is delighted after his wonderful innings and lashed out to them who denounce him during his spate of penniless performance.
In the post-match press conferences, Rohit said: “I feel privileged if the people are talking about me on the social media. Of course. People want to talk about me, they will talk about me. But to be honest, what goes in my head is completely opposite. I am here to do something special for the team. Whenever I get an opportunity to play, I always see that I do something special for my country,”
Also, Rohit feels people will always talk about u if you are not able to perform for the team and also those people will accolade about u if u able to put up a good performance for the team.
He voiced: “As long as you are playing the sport, good things and bad things will happen. When you are doing good things, people will talk. When you are doing bad things, people will still talk. I have managed that really well in the past few years because when you are having a good time, be aware of that you will have a bad time as well. That’s how a sportsman’s career goes. I am pretty much in that space right now,