India Vs West Indies: Rohit Sharma Attempts Practice Outside, Scurries Inside To Find Room After Rain Strikes

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Team India will be hoping to settle for nothing less than a win when they lock horns against the West Indies at the Port of Spain on Sunday.

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:
Image Courtesy: BCCI

Team India will be hoping to settle for nothing less than a win when they lock horns against the West Indies at the Port of Spain on Sunday. India were in action for the first time in the 50-overs format on Thursday after their heartbreaking semi-final loss in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 last month. But, the weather gods had other plans as the first of the three-match ODI series was washed away due to rain at the Providence Stadium in Guyana after 13 overs of play. 

As the Men In Blue look to draw first blood in the ongoing ODI series, there was a hilarious moment which took place and it involved Rohit Sharma. 

Rohit Sharma was seen holding a bat in one hand and an umbrella in the other

Yes, that's right. It seems that the Hitman was busy sweating out in the nets before weather gods had another idea and when the downpour started the Indian vice-captain was looking for cover as he managed to get an umbrella from somewhere while he also had to hold a bat as well. 

The image was posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on their official Twitter handle. They also wrote that it has just been that kind of a day before adding that the Hitman was finding some space for fun as he rushed indoors for practice in Trinidad.  Take a look.

Here's what the fans had to say after seeing Rohit in this situation.

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BCCI had also posted pictures of the Indian team's indoor practice session which included the likes of skipper Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, and KL Rahul.

As per weather reports, it will be a sunny day till 5 PM local time at Port of Spain. 

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