Rohit Sharma will have a chance to further extend his fine captaincy track record when he leads India in the upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh. Regular captain Virat Kohli has been given a much-needed rest following a hectic schedule. The three-match series will get underway on November 3 in Delhi.
What position are India ranked in T20Is?
Rohit Sharma has done his homework 🖐️ pic.twitter.com/bH5n7CsEB3
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) November 2, 2019
This is when someone from the journalists said that India are ranked number two in T20Is before Rohit clarified that he has done his homework, saying: “No, no. I am pretty sure. I do my homework pretty well. I think we are five, yeah. So that is something that we are really focused on and we want to get that number a little higher. We want to be at the top in all three formats.”