- The fans were delighted to see India's top cricketers posing together.
- The comment section was filled with praises for the 4 of them but then came a surprise entrant in the comments: Rohit Sharma.
- Hitman (in his typical Mumbaikar style) hilariously commented, "Abey chal re" which left the fans in splits.
India’s new white-ball captain Rohit Sharma is undoubtedly one of the most fun characters both on and off the field. While the 34-year-old makes a mockery of the opposition bowlers when he is batting, he does not even spare his own teammates whenever he gets an opportunity. In recent times, he has developed a habit of trolling his friends and this time, the victim was Ajinkya Rahane!
As Team India landed in South Africa to begin their preparations for the upcoming series, Rahane shared an image on social media with other experienced players: Umesh Yadav, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ravichandran Ashwin. “Top guys, good times! 🙌🏽,” he added in the caption.
The fans were delighted to see India’s top cricketers posing together. The comment section was filled with praises for the 4 of them but then came a surprise entrant in the comments: Rohit Sharma. While one would have expected a nice comment from the cricketer, Hitman (in his typical Mumbaikar style) hilariously commented, “Abey chal re” which left the fans in splits.
The netizens loved the honest and candid nature of Rohit’s statement, which reflected a very similar scenario of how friends troll each other on social media. His comment has already garnered more than 17k likes and over 1k replies.
Rohit Sharma is currently working on his fitness at NCA
While the 34-year-old is entertaining the fans by trolling his teammates on social media, he is simultaneously working on his fitness at National Cricket Academy, Bengaluru after being ruled out of the 3-match Test series against South Africa due to hamstring injury.
Fans are hoping that Hitman can recover on time for the ODI series against the Proteas, scheduled to take place from January 19 to 23, which would be his first assignment as India’s permanent captain in the 50-over format.