Rohit Sharma Steals the Show with Dance Moves at Brother-in-law’s Wedding

Rohit Sharma Steals the Show with Dance Moves

Rohit Sharma, the Indian cricket team captain, recently set the internet on fire with his dance moves at his brother-in-law’s wedding. The video of Rohit, dancing with his wife Ritika and his brother-in-law, went viral on social media, garnering thousands of views and reactions.

Rohit Sharma is known for his incredible cricketing skills, but his dance moves have also left fans in awe. The Indian skipper’s smooth and assured footwork on the dance floor has further cemented his position as one of the most versatile sportsmen in India.

Family Comes First for Rohit Sharma

Despite the ongoing India-Australia cricket series, Rohit Sharma took time off to attend his brother-in-law’s wedding. He missed the first ODI due to his family commitments, but he is expected to return for the second and third ODI. In his absence, Hardik Pandya was named as the stand-in skipper for the first ODI.

Rohit’s Dance Moves: A Masterclass in Footwork

In the viral video, Rohit Sharma can be seen dancing with his wife and brother-in-law. His dance moves were so impressive that fans couldn’t resist sharing their reactions on social media. Some even joked that Rohit’s dance steps were a reflection of how he bats on the cricket field.

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“His footwork here too was assured and graceful. Leg side was dominant though. Hands were close to the body, which is also good. Notice his head, it’s still. Masterclass in sangeeth dancing,” joked one Twitter user.


Watch : Bangladesh Captain Tamim Iqbal Makes a Terrible DRS Call Against England’s Adil Rashid

Tamim Iqbal Makes a Terrible DRS Call

In the second ODI of the 3-match series between Bangladesh and England, the latter emerged victorious by 132 runs after scoring an imposing total of 326 runs. However, the match witnessed a hilarious moment when Bangladesh skipper Tamim Iqbal took a terrible DRS call against England’s Adil Rashid, which has gone viral on social media.

England’s opening batsman Jason Roy played a scintillating knock of 132 runs off just 124 deliveries, putting his team in a commanding position. Bangladesh, after winning the toss, invited England to bat first, which turned out to be a big mistake.

When England had crossed the 300 mark in the 48th over, Bangladesh’s pacer Taskin Ahmed bowled a perfect yorker to Adil Rashid, which the latter blocked comfortably with his bat. To everyone’s surprise, Bangladesh fielders, including skipper Tamim Iqbal, started appealing for Leg Before Wicket.

However, the on-field umpire rejected the appeal, and Tamim Iqbal decided to call for the Decision Review System (DRS), confident of getting the dismissal. But, the DRS made it clear that the ball had clearly made contact with Adil Rashid’s bat and was nowhere close to the pad.

The strange DRS review by Tamim Iqbal left fans in splits, with a few cricket fans terming it as the ‘Worst DRS Appeal Of The Year.’ The incident highlighted the importance of making informed decisions while using DRS, which can turn the course of the game.

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Coming back to the game, England posted a mammoth total of 326 runs, thanks to Jason Roy’s brilliant knock and English skipper Jos Buttler’s quick-fire 76 off just 64 balls. Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed took 3 crucial wickets, while Mehidy Hasan Miraz grabbed a couple of wickets.

In response to England’s massive total, the Bangladesh side struggled throughout their innings, failing to gain any momentum. Shakib Al Hasan was the highest run-getter for Bangladesh, scoring 58 runs, while Tamim Iqbal contributed 35 runs. Ultimately, Bangladesh fell short by 132 runs, allowing England their second victory in the series.

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England’s all-rounder Sam Curran was the pick of the bowlers, scalping 4 important wickets, while leggie Adil Rashid grabbed 4 wickets as well. Jason Roy was adjudged the Player of the Match for his stellar knock of 132 runs, which put the English side in the driver’s seat.

Former Indian Wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel Calls for Change in DRS Rules After Steve Smith’s Clever Tactics

Parthiv Patel Calls for Change in DRS Rules After Steve Smith

Australian skipper Steve Smith’s tactics during the third test for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Indore were not only praised for his captaincy skills but also scrutinized for exploiting a loophole in the Decision Review System (DRS) rule. Former Indian wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel has now called for changes in the DRS rules after Smith took advantage of the loophole, leading to the Australian side saving their DRS reviews.

Steve Smith discovered that each time a stumping appeal was made, it was immediately sent upstairs by the on-field umpire and the third umpire checked for an outside edge as well. This loophole helps the fielding side and saves them from losing a review on potential caught-behind dismissals. Australian wicketkeeper Alex Carey made sure to remove the bails after which Steve Smith made a loud appeal for stumping, convincing the on-field umpire to go upstairs for the review.

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Steve Smith exploited the loophole in the rule quite effectively and even got success twice including the wicket of Ravichandran Ashwin in the first innings. While the Australian side managed to save their DRS reviews using this tactic, it didn’t go well with many experts including Parthiv Patel who urged for a change in DRS rules.

“The on-field umpire should avoid going to the third umpire if he is sure that it’s not out when there is an appeal for a stumping,” Parthiv Patel said on Cricbuzz. “The ideal solution is that the TV umpire should only review the stumping if the appeal is made only for a stumping. A caught-behind should not be checked unless the fielding captain opts for a review,” he further added.

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Steve Smith’s leadership was applauded on most occasions as he kept the Indian team under constant pressure, but his DRS tactics received backlash from experts. In the third test, Team India were bowled out for just 163 runs in the second innings as Nathan Lyon took an eight-wicket haul. The Australian batters comfortably chased down the target of 76 in the second innings on Day 3 in Indore with 9 wickets in hand.

As cricket evolves, rules need to be adapted and refined to ensure the game is played fairly. With Parthiv Patel’s suggestion of the TV umpire only reviewing stumping appeals, the DRS rule could potentially be more effective in ensuring fair play.

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Most Runs in WPL 2023 (Women Premier League) Highest successful run-chases in men’s T20Is History Most Sixes in the Last over of IPL Most UCL Champions Title by a Club Players who got out on 99 in IPL