“You Can’t Be Asking”: Sunil Gavaskar’s Blunt Response To Rohit Sharma On ‘3-Match WTC Final’ Demand

India lost against Australia by 209 runs in the WTC final at The Oval on Sunday after they were bundled out for 234, in the chase of 444.

After Australia captain Pat Cummins contradicted Rohit Sharma’s longing to play a three-match series in the following pattern of the World Test Title last, batting legend Sunil Gavaskar has likewise condemned the India chief for thinking of such an idea and expressed that each group ought to be intellectually ready prior to play such huge occasions. India lost against Australia by 209 runs in the WTC last at The Oval on Sunday after they were packaged out for 234, in the pursuit of 444.

Tending to the media after the match, Rohit had said, “I might want to play the 3-Test match series for the WTC Last. We tried sincerely and we battled, yet we played only 1 game. I figure a 3-match series would be ideal in the following WTC cycle.”

Offering his viewpoints on Rohit’s idea, Gavaskar told India Today, “No. This has been chosen for quite a while, you know even before you enter that first match of the cycle that the last will be only a unique case. Thus, you must be arranged intellectually.”

“Very much like you plan for the IPL, you don’t express the best of three. Everyone can have a terrible day or two or three days, yet before the main chunk of the cycle, you understand what it is. In this way, you can’t be requesting a best of three. Tomorrow, you might express the best of five,” he added.

Australian pacer Scott Boland delivered a bowling spell of uncommon quality to dispose of Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja in the equivalent over, successfully closing the entryway on India, who were bowled out for 234 in their second innings on the last day at The Oval.

Australia was obviously the better group on all fronts while India had just themselves to fault for one more misfortune in a worldwide occasion. India’s last ICC title returned way in 2013 and it was their second progressive loss in the WTC last, having gone down against New Zealand a long time back.

India lost seven wickets for the addition of 70 runs on the final day.