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India vs England: India rest Rohit Sharma for first few matches, spark meme fest

India rest Rohit Sharma for a couple of India vs England T20I and it seems to have sparked a meme fest on Twitter. Read on Platocast.

Well, the first India vs England T20I match has kickstarted, but not with very good news. Fans seem to be mighty upset as India rest Rohit Sharma for the first few matches. The same has been confirmed by skipper Virat Kohli.

Well, it has indeed come as a surprise as India rest Rohit Sharma, for high hopes were riding on him. Sharma and KL Rahul’s opening has been much celebrated, especially in this format of the game. However, a lot of people seem to be angry about this decision in India vs England T20I match. Nonetheless, many have a fair point to make as to how there is no rhyme and reason to it. Twitter seems to be angry, but at the same time, they have a lot to say. And well, that has given birth to an absolute meme fest.

One of the Twitter users wrote, ‘‘Now everyone realised the disadvantages of not including Rohit Sharma.” Another went on to write, ”It’s high time we stop defending Kohli, I guess we would be better off if Rohit was in and VK on the bench. :/.”

As India rest Rohit Sharma, here are some rather interesting tweets:


Well, as India rest Rohit Sharma, there is a lot of scrutinies that both Kohli and coach Shastri have attracted. While some are disheartened, others are simply angry at the decision. Given how there has been a lot of conversation around the equation between Kohli and Sharma, this has risen further questions.

As for first India vs England T20I, the latter won the toss. Another of Team India’s decisions under scrutiny is benching Suryakumar Yadav. While some are simply curious, many have found the MI vs RCB divide. Though there is a lot being spoken about, the game will surely be an interesting watch after all!


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