India and Australia are all set for the final match of the World Test Championship. The match will be played between 7th and 11th June at The Oval Stadium in England. Everyone expects this match between the two teams to be exciting. Rohit Sharma will play the first ICC final as a captain. Rohit reacted that the Indian team could not win the WTC last time, there is no pressure on the team.
Last time the World Test Championship (WTC) final was played between India and New Zealand. But India had to accept defeat in the final match. The Indian team has been criticized for this defeat many times and still continues this season. However, Rohit Sharma, who captained the ICC final for the first time on Wednesday (May 7), gave a special reaction. According to Rohit, what happened last time has no effect on the team. The team is not thinking about it and it is wrong to talk about it repeatedly.
“We don’t think about what happened in the past,” Rohit Sharma said a day before the WTC final. It is also wrong to recall what happened in the last ICC war.” About England’s pitch and playing XI, Rohit said, “The pitch is constantly changing. There is no telling how the pitch will be tomorrow. I will not say that Ravichandran Ashwin is not playing. A decision will be taken tomorrow. That will be determined by seeing the pitch.”
Most of the players who have played in the WCT finals have come from the Indian Premier League. Asat players will have to play Test cricket after T20 cricket. On the team’s strategy, Rohit Sharma said, “I don’t remember the last time the Indian team got a big break. It has been happening every year. This is not new for us, we are used to it now.” All eyes are on how IPL 2023 top run-scorer Shubman Gill performs in the WTC final.
According to Rohit, Gill does not need any advice before this match. Rohit said, “Gil doesn’t need any advice on what to do. He likes to bat. He has scored two double centuries in IPL. The Indian team expects him to spend more time on the pitch. He is a very confident player.” (A day before the WTC final, Rohit Sharma explained the team’s strategy to the media)