The BCCI should ban individuals who disregard the Ranji Trophy after Rohit Sharma “Jinko bhookh nahi hai” comment

The BCCI should ban individuals who disregard the Ranji Trophy after Rohit Sharma “Jinko bhookh nahi hai” comment

Disregarding the exciting Test match between India and England. Indian cricket has been dealing with a much bigger problem that has prompted BCCI secretary Jay Shah to step in and issue a warning to all centrally-contracted players. Who have been choosing the Indian Premier League (IPL) over club cricket. After the team’s series victory over Ben Stokes and his team in Ranchi, India captain Rohit Sharma also chimed in during the controversy. He is saying that opportunities in Test cricket will only be granted to those demonstrating a hunger for the format. The remarks made during Monday’s post-game press conference at JSCA International Stadium have infuriated the state associations.

A few cricketing nations have been impact by the club versus country debate, as T20 franchise leagues have proliferated throughout the world. But Shah issued a warning earlier this month that players. Who choose to play league cricket over domestic cricket will suffer dire consequences. As the BCCI has noticed a trend among Indian cricketers over the past few years. Shah made his remark as players like Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer were indicating that they would prefer to concentrate on their IPL preparations. Which start later next month, than play in the current Ranji Trophy season.

Young guns like Sarfaraz Khan, Dhruv Jurel, Akash Deep, and Yashasvi Jaiswal put on outstanding performances throughout the series against a fully-fit England team. Demonstrating the hunger that Rohit spoke of. They also made sure that India never missed out on the services of senior players. Who were unable to participate in the match for various reasons.

Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma is an Indian cricketer who plays for the team India. He was born on Apr 30, 1987; and as of 2024, he is 37 years old. He is a batter from Nagpur and bats right handed. In his Test career to date he has played 58 matches to date in his Test career. And has scored 4,034 runs, with an average of 45. He has hit 438 fours and 81 sixes in his Test career. On Feb 2024, he played his recent Test match against England at JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi, India, scoring 2 runs off 9 balls.

To date in his ODI career, he has participated in 262 matches and amassed 10,709 runs at an average of 49. In his Odi career he has amassed 994 fours and 323 sixes. November 2023, at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, India, he made 47 runs off of 31 balls in one of his most recent Odi games.

His career records is 151 T20 matches played thus far, he has amassed 3,974 runs at an average of 32. Throughout his T20 career he has slapped 359 fours and 190 sixes. He scored 121 runs off 69 balls in his most recent Twenty20 match against Afghanistan at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. India, which took place in January 2024.

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