India's senior team has admitted that the Under-19 team known for the U-19 World Cup is very strong and this team will give full thrill to defend their title in South Africa. At the time of the team's departure, Rohit wished the players all the best. Apart from this, Rohit said that there is no harm in playing big shots. <! –
Indian team going under Garg's captaincy
The 13th edition of the U-19 World Cup is scheduled to be played among 16 teams. These teams are divided into four groups. Priyam Garg will captain India. The World Cup will be played from January 17 to February 9. The Indian team is placed in Group A along with Japan, New Zealand and Sri Lanka. Two top teams from each group will qualify for the Super League stage.
What did Rohit say about the U-19 team
Rohit said on the sidelines of an event, "Our team looks as strong as ever. We won the title of the past edition. I can't say that our team will definitely win this year too, but I can definitely say that This team will play a lot better. It is a big platform for these players and everyone would like to do well in this way. I hope this team will bring home the Cup. "
What advice did the youth give
Rohit said to the young talent, "There is nothing wrong in making aerial shots. When we were fumbling and hitting shots in the air. We were forced out of the net which was not good because you want the result." There is nothing wrong if a youngster is producing results from aerial shots. The youth want to make big shots, but the sense of the game also means a lot. "