India vs New Zealand: Know what Rohit Sharma said about the Kiwi bowling attack before the WTC final

The final match of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) will be between India and New Zealand. The first day’s play could not be started due to continuous rain in Southampton. The lunch break had to be taken before the toss. Prior to this historic match, Team India senior batsman Rohit Sharma had openly expressed his opinion on the Kiwis bowling attack. Rohit, who has played opener for the first time in England’s Test matches, is confident of handling New Zealand’s bowling attack, as he has faced him several times in lesser forms.

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Rohit told Star Sports: ‘I have encountered these bowlers before and know their strong and weak sides. It all depends on the circumstances, the status of the team and whether we play before or after. On the first day of this historic match, the opening session of the game washed away by rain. Rohit, who has scored over 1000 runs as an opener at the World Test Championships, said: “It does not matter and it is important not to think too much. It’s also important to keep things simple and natural against a strong team.

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Rohit’s limited-overs superstar likes the traditional format because it presents you with a constant challenge. “You have to face a challenge for five days and I think it won’t be in any other sport. Every day is a different challenge. You have to be patient in the long game. You play in different conditions and it is not easy. You have to be physically fit to deal with it.

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