“Sometimes, it’s important to open your mind” – Rohit Sharma Hits Back at Inzamam-ul-Haq’s Remarks on Indians Reverse Swinging the Ball

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Indian captain Rohit Sharma didn’t hold back when asked about former Pakistan skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq’s comments on Arshdeep Singh’s bowling. During India’s match against Australia, Arshdeep found some reverse swing late in the innings, sparking controversy.

Speaking to 24 News HD after the match, Inzamam questioned how Arshdeep was reversing the ball so early, indirectly accusing the Indian team of using unfair measures to change the condition of the ball. He said:

“Arshdeep Singh, when he was bowling the 15th over, the ball was reversing. Is it too early (for reverse swing) with the new ball? This means the ball was ready for reverse swing by the 12th or the 13th over. Umpires should keep their eyes open (to spot) these things… If it was Pakistani bowlers (reverse swinging the ball), this would have been a big issue.”

Rohit Sharma dismissed the accusation, urging cricket experts like Inzamam to use rationale. He explained that dry pitches and daytime matches naturally lead to reverse swing. Ahead of the T20 World Cup semifinal against England, Rohit responded:

“What answer will I give? If you are playing under the sun and the wickets are this dry, the ball will reverse on its own. The ball is reversing for all teams. Not just for us. Sometimes, it’s important to open your mind (use your brain). You have to understand where we are playing. We are not playing in England or Australia.”

India won their final Super Eight game against Australia by 24 runs. Arshdeep Singh conceded 37 runs but also picked up three wickets, taking his tally to 15 scalps for the tournament.

Rohit Sharma and Co. Seek Revenge for Adelaide Defeat

Rohit Sharma and Jos Buttler will lead their respective teams on Thursday in the second semifinal of the T20 World Cup. The two captains faced off in the semifinal a couple of years ago, where England thrashed India by ten wickets.

However, the Men in Blue are now committed to an ultra-attacking brand of batting and boast the likes of Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav to bolster their bowling attack. The winner of the semifinal will face either South Africa or Afghanistan in the grand finale on June 29 in Barbados.

As anticipation builds for this high-stakes clash, fans are eager to see if India can avenge their past defeat and march into the final with a dominant performance.

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