WATCH: “Mere gale ka waat lag gaya,” Rohit Sharma’s another hilarious video of SCOLDING teammates goes viral

Though this stump-mic rant made fans chuckle, the video of him abusing his teammates led to criticism.


WATCH: “Mere gale ka waat lag gaya,” Rohit Sharma’s another hilarious video of SCOLDING teammates goes viral

Rohit Sharma (Image via ESPNcricinfo)

During India’s second Test match against England, videos of Rohit Sharma scolding teammates went viral. In one of the videos, Sharma used some cuss words while shouting at the fielders to stay alert.

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In another video, Sharma could be heard yelling at his teammates, blaming them for losing his voice after continuously shouting at them. This happened during Day 4 of the second Test at the ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday (February 6).

Mere gale ka watt lag gaya hain chilla ke tum logo ko (My throat is destroyed because of shouting at you guys.
Sharma said

Watch the viral video here:

Though this stump-mic rant made fans chuckle, the video of him abusing his teammates led to criticism. Some fans said that as a public figure and the Indian Test captain, Sharma should try to control his emotions.

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Rohit Sharma proud of the youngster after winning against in-form England

England were expected to face difficulties in India because of the raging turners. But they surprised all with their Bazball to win the first Test by 28 runs.

Rohit Sharma
IND vs ENG (Image via ESPNcricinfo)

But despite India’s ordinary batting, except for Yashasvi Jaiswal and Shubman Gill, they came out victorious, thanks to superb bowling by Jasprit Bumrah. Jaiswal scored his first double-century in the first innings, while Gill scored his third Test century in the second innings.

Bumrah completed his six-wicket haul, as a result of which England were bowled out for 253 runs in the first innings after India’s 396. India then bowled out England for 292 after giving them a target of 399. Rohit Sharma said he was proud of the young squad who helped the team win against an in-form England.

Very, very proud of such a young squad in terms of the Test matches that they've played. To come up against a team like that, [who] won the first Test match, and then to come out and play like that for us, [it's] very, very positive.
Sharma said after the match

The third Test will be played in Rajkot from February 15. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has not yet revealed the squad for the third Test.

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