See Pic: Rohit Sharma catches up with long-lost friend Yuvraj Singh

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Thursday, July 21, 2022, 05:34 PM IST
article-image
Rohit Sharma | File Photo

Team India captain Rohit Sharma recently met with former cricketer Yuvraj Singh and gave a glimpse of the get-together to his social media followers.

Rohit recently led Men in Blue to T20I and ODI series wins against England.

Taking to Instagram, the opening batsman shared a picture of him embracing the Southpaw.

He captioned the picture: “Met my long-lost friend after ages @yuvisofficial.”

Rohit was rested for the upcoming limited-over series against the West Indies.

Meanwhile, Rohit asserted there are no issues as far as the top order is concerned, in spite of the fact that it has failed to fire on most occasions in the all-format series against England over the last one month.

As India celebrated their ODI series win on Sunday even as several top-order batters, including Rohit, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan, failing to fire, it was left to wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya to bail the tourists out of trouble and win the match, and with it the series.

(To receive our E-paper on whatsapp daily, please click here. To receive it on Telegram, please click here. We permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.)

RECENT STORIES

No pics of CM, DyCM on banners: Rahul Shewale seeks action against BMC commissioner Iqbal Singh...

No pics of CM, DyCM on banners: Rahul Shewale seeks action against BMC commissioner Iqbal Singh...

8 pharma firms make a beeline for monkeypox vax

8 pharma firms make a beeline for monkeypox vax

DGCA issues guidelines to prevent bird hits at airports

DGCA issues guidelines to prevent bird hits at airports

Caste scrutiny committee gives clean chit to Sameer Wankhede: 'Not a Muslim by birth'

Caste scrutiny committee gives clean chit to Sameer Wankhede: 'Not a Muslim by birth'

Navi Mumbai: NMMC appeals to industry for support in eradication of TB by 2025

Navi Mumbai: NMMC appeals to industry for support in eradication of TB by 2025