“The Actual Man That Has Changed The Culture Is…” Nasser Hussain’s Big Statement on This Indian Player

According to Nasser Hussain, India's skipper is doing a super hero job for the Indian team in the matches.

India won the first semi-final of the World Cup 2023 against New Zealand to enter the finals for the fourth time in the marquee tournament. There were many heroes of India’s victory in the semi-finals, from Virat Kohli to Shreyas Iyer to Shubman Gill to Mohammed Shami. Everyone gave their all to deliver a spectacle to watch for the audience at the Wankhede Stadium. It is obvious that fans would see one of them as the hero of the match, but according to the former England’s captain Nasser Hussain, it is the Indian skipper Rohit Sharma who has changed the Indian team with his fearless approach.

Nasser Hussain didn’t shy away from naming the Indian captain as the hero of the match during the post-match presentation. While talking on Star Sports, he said that

“The headlines tomorrow will be about (Virat) Kohli, will be about Shreyas Iyer, and will be about Mohammad Shami. But the genuine hero of this Indian side, who has changed the culture of this Indian side is Rohit Sharma. Dinesh Karthik was with the side when India played England in the semi-final of T20 World Cup in Adelaide, where they played meek, timid cricket, got a below-par score and England knocked them off by 10 wickets. he told DK that India needed to change,”

Nasser Hussain post-match

Nasser Hussain was all praise for the Indian captain for his approach to the game; in fact, due to his fearless approach while batting, India needed to put pressure on the opposition’s bowlers, and batters afterwards capitalized on that to carry the rhythm till the end of the innings. India is now in the finals and will be facing the winner of the Australia vs. South Africa clash on November 19th at the Narendra Modi Stadium.

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