Mumbai: Refusing to comment over MS Dhoni’s gloves controversy team India’s vice-captain Rohit Sharma said it will be for everyone to see whether the former captain will sport the regimental dagger Insignia on his keeping gloves during India’s clash against Australia on Sunday.
“I don’t know what is happening with that (the gloves controversy), I have nothing to say. Maybe you’ll see tomorrow,” Rohit told reporters on the eve of India’s World Cup clash against defending champions Australia.
India started their World Cup campaign with a win against South Africa, meanwhile, it was noticed Dhoni’s love for the security forces after he was spotted with the regimental dagger insignia of the Indian Para Special Forces on his wicketkeeping gloves.
Talking about match-winner 122 against South Africa as India’s cup opener, Rohit said that it was a special knock, which he had given too much status.
“My 122 not out in Southampton was a very special one, one of my best, it was not a simple pitch and I had to maintain patience, it was not a normal shift from me, Rohit said that it was not my best, But that’s right there.
On asking about breaking records in the World Cup, Rohit, whose name already has three ODIs, is double century, said: “Personally I am not to see anybody’s records. I have to work for the team that’s what matters.
Opening for me was not easy at the beginning. trip on. I want to win the maximum game for my country.”