Rohit Sharma’s Reaction From Dressing Room Goes Viral During 2nd IND vs WI Test

India’s hopes of a clean sweep in the Test series against West Indies were dashed due to persistent rain on the final day in Trinidad. With the West Indies needing an improbable 289 runs to win and India requiring eight wickets, the stage was set for an exciting finish.

However, the fifth day of the second Test was abandoned due to rain, resulting in a draw. Despite this, India clinched the series with a 1-0 win and secured the second spot in the World Test Championship points table, with Pakistan leading the standings.

During the rain-hit match, viewers were frustrated as they waited for play to resume on Day 4 and witnessed the entire Day 5 being abandoned. However, amidst the weather interruptions, fans on social media found amusement in a viral dressing room moment featuring India’s captain, Rohit Sharma.

The viral moment occurred during the 19th, with Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan adding to India’s lead of over 300 runs. At that point, India’s score was 139 for two. The camera caught Rohit Sharma poking his head out between the window panes, looking bewildered and amused. He was conversing with someone else, who was not visible in the clip. Throughout the video, Rohit maintained the same bemused expression, which captivated fans on social media.

As the dressing room reaction went viral, fans took to social media to create memes and share humorous comments about Rohit Sharma’s expression. The light-hearted meme fest entertained cricket enthusiasts during the rain-induced break and added a fun element to the series.

Despite the draw in the second Test, India clinched the series victory with their dominant win in the opening Test in Dominica. With this result, India finished the series with a 1-0 lead. The team’s performance also propelled them to the second spot in the World Test Championship points table, with Pakistan currently leading the standings.

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