Rohit Sharma and Co Enjoy dinner at ‘British Raj’ before the semi-final against England
Indian players dined at ‘British Raj’ before going down to plot England’s fall in T20 Globalism Cup semi-finals, ironically not lost to anyone here in Australia.
The “Men in Blue” cast have been living out of their bags since arriving in Australia, and with the show coming to a commercial end, they took the time to bond and relax at a popular Indian restaurant before their big semi-final match. .
On Thursday, Rohit Sharma’s team aims to finish the Tour of England in this edition of the world meet.
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The restaurant is located at 170 Henley Beach Street in Torrensville and is popular in this part of the world for its chicken tikka, Kashmiri pilaf and mutton rogan josh.
Earlier in the tournament, the Indian team had some issues with the type of roster set by the ICC. It did not suit the tastes of the players.
A senior British Chamber of Commerce and Industry official familiar with the team’s activities said: “The team and players had no time to relax and take their minds off the pressures of a high-octane tournament like the World Cup where there was almost no time between matches.” PTI.
“…and many domestic flights, three days in Adelaide are like bliss. Hence the players and their partners (wives and girlfriends) present joined in for a group dinner. This is also a group bonding exercise and an opportunity to fully relax.”
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With the Indian cricket team being the most commercially viable team, the itinerary was packed with travel around all the major Australian cities.
They first traveled from Mumbai to Perth. The team held seven days in Perth for their first intense training and practice matches, followed by another round of official warm-up matches (one in Brisbane). These were two different time zones before you landed in Melbourne.
In Melbourne, they stayed for four days, followed by four days in Sydney, another three days in Perth (different time zone), followed by three days in Adelaide and another three days in Melbourne.
It was just about playing matches and hoping for the next flight with a rest day and an optional training session in between.
Head coach Rahul Dravid, even during his captain days and later as the U19 national coach, was great at connecting the team to team activities.
On that day, Rohit hit his forearm but he is perfectly fine and there is no peg in his right hand, much to the delight of the fans outside the team hotel.
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