IND vs AUS: ‘Arrogance was visible in Rohit Sharma’ Australian veteran raged on Indian captain, said this big thing

IND vs AUS 3rd Test Matthew Hayden Rohit Sharma 1

IND vs AUS 3rd Test: The third match of the four-match Test series being played between India and Australia is being played at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. The first day of this match was named after Australia. After winning the toss in the match, the Indian team decided to bat and thought of keeping a big score but the Australian bowlers destroyed their dreams and the team was all out for 109 runs. The first wicket of the team fell of captain Rohit Sharma who could not do anything special and got out for just 12 runs. At the same time, Australian veteran Matthew Hayden has flared up on this poor performance of Rohit and he has also accused the captain of playing lazy innings and being arrogant.

Captain leads from the front – Hayden

Indian team captain Rohit Sharma is running in dangerous form in this series and he also scored a century in Nagpur. He was also seen in great rhythm in Delhi, but in Indore, he was scattered from the beginning and avoided being dismissed twice in the first over, even after that he went to hit the shot and got out, on which Hayden expressed his displeasure and said The captain should lead the team from the front.

He told Star Sports that – ‘I think there are some forgettable shots, there is no doubt about it. This is what Rohit Sharma and I have always said about Test match cricket, the captain leads from the front. That dismissal is something Rohit will look back and think maybe I was a bit lazy, maybe I was a bit apprehensive.

Hayden did not stop here, he also said that there is no David Warner and captain in front, in such a situation you could have created pressure but it did not happen. According to him, Rohit Sharma’s behavior had a little arrogance mixed with a little decency.

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