New Delhi, Online Desk. The Indian team has eliminated New Zealand in the T20 series. India registered a big victory in the last match of the three-match T20I series. Captain Rohit Sharma scored a half-century in this match. Captain Rohit Sharma batted throughout the series and scored 159 runs in three matches at an average of 53, including two half-centuries. At the same time, after completing the work of the Kiwi team in the last match and series, captain Rohit Sharma praised some players.

Indian T20 team captain Rohit Sharma said after the match, “It is important to start well. That has always been my mindset. Once you see the pitch you know what you have to do. With the dew coming early. Because the ball was hitting the bat well. We had some planning as a batting group. Wouldn’t say it worked out well. There is room for improvement in the middle order. Opener KL Rahul didn’t play today but his form was crucial. Is.”

Captain Rohit further said, “The middle order did not get much opportunity except today. The spinners worked for us throughout the series. The way Ashwin bowled, Axar Patel also showed a great game and then how Chahal came back. Nice to see Venkatesh Iyer bowling those overs with his skill. It’s important for us to move forward. I would love to see teams across the world bat deep to No.8, No.9.”

He also praised Harshal Patel and Deepak Chahar, who added runs for the team in the end. Rohit said, “Harshal opens the batting for Haryana when he plays for them. And then Deepak, we saw what he did in Sri Lanka. Chahal was also eager to bat.” In this match, Harshal Patel scored 18 runs in 11 balls for India, while Deepak Chahar scored 21 runs in 8 balls. He scored all the runs in the last over.

Apart from this, Rohit Sharma, who became the player of the match, said about his batting, “I grew up playing on a concrete pitch in the olden days. Hitting the shot) comes naturally. I’ve practiced a lot to play those shots. Some days it’s great, but I’ve been out playing that shot too. That’s why I say when you have If there is a certain strength, you have to support it.”

Edited By: Vikash Gaur