T20 World cup: Rohit Sharma can beat Babar with his own weapon, just have to do this work

New Delhi: The ICC T20 World 2022 will see the start of the Super-12 tussle after the qualifying rounds. Team India’s first match in the tournament will be with arch-rivals Pakistan on 23 October. Before the match against Pakistan, the preparation of Team India has almost been confirmed. However, if the second practice match against New Zealand had not been washed away due to rain, the preparations would have been stronger. Although the entire bowling unit looked in fine form with the team’s batting in the first practice match against Australia, captain Rohit Sharma’s form will definitely be a matter of concern before the match against Pakistan.

Indian captain Rohit Sharma is not able to play big innings for the team. Rohit Sharma is known for his explosive batting while opening the innings but for some time now he loses his wicket despite making a quick start. In such a situation, by adopting the same technique of Pakistani captain Babar Azam, he can smoke the bowlers against his team. Babar Azam flopped badly in the recently held Asia Cup but he worked on his batting such that he was echoed everywhere in the home T20 series against England.

Like Babar, Rohit will have to do this work

There is no doubt that Rohit Sharma is one of the most destructive batsmen in cricket history. If Rohit’s bat goes, he has the ability to shatter any opponent. However, for the last few innings, he is not seen in his old rhythm. The reason behind this is not his poor batting, but he is not able to have patience at the crease. Rohit Sharma tries to bat as soon as he comes to the crease to bat and the bowlers take advantage of his hurry and trap him in their net.

In such a situation, he will have to try to understand the first few balls first and then he strikes the bowlers, as Pakistan captain Babar Azam did against England. This is how Rohit Sharma can also regain his lost momentum.

This year only two fifty with Rohit’s bat

Team India’s captain Rohit Sharma’s form can be gauged from this. He has played a total of 23 T20 matches since the beginning of this year in which he has been able to score only two half-centuries. During this his run-scoring average has also been only 25.71. At the same time he has scored 540 runs.

In the Asia Cup, Rohit’s condition was even worse. In this tournament, he came out to bat in a total of four matches in which he scored just 133 runs. In the home T20 series, Rohit made only 74 in three matches against Australia. Apart from this, in the three-match T20 series against South Africa, he got only 43 runs in his account while he was dismissed without opening an account in two innings.

In this way, if we look at his last 10 innings, he kept his batting style completely aggressive but during this he could not control his wicket. Many times he also gave that fast start to the team, but where he had to increase his innings, he gave his wicket.

In such a situation, Rohit Sharma needs to give time at the crease like Babar Azam so that he can play big for the team and win the match.

How did Babur achieve the form

At present, when Babar Azam, who was making a splash with his batting in all three formats, was playing in the Asia Cup, one was sure that he was the top batsman in the rankings. Throughout the tournament, he yearned to score runs. Played a total of 6 matches for Pakistan in which he could score only 68 runs. Due to this he was also criticized a lot but he worked on his batting and showed a bang in the home series against England.

Pakistan played a series of seven T20 matches against England in which Babar Azam scored 285 runs in 7 matches. During this he also scored a century and a half-century. Babar did not stop here, he also scored 192 runs in five matches with two half-centuries in the tri-series against New Zealand and Bangladesh.

In such a situation, the question arises that how did Babar make such a bang comeback after being badly flopped in the last Asia Cup. The simple answer can be that he has not shown any haste at the crease. He waited for the bad ball and gained his confidence by scoring runs on it, due to which he was able to play big innings which Indian captain Rohit Sharma should also do.

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