Watch - Rohit Sharma returns to restaurant after getting stuck in Mumbai amidst a fan mob


The skipper of the Indian cricket team, Rohit Sharma recently caught the spotlight when he got stuck in a restaurant in Mumbai as the fans gathered to have a look at the Indian stalwart.

Likewise, Rohit Sharma, cricketers have often faced difficulties coming out of their homes to have a walk in the open places. Rohit Sharma can't come out of the restaurant as the fans blocked all the exits, including the restaurant's exit as well.

The Indian skipper went to the restaurant to meet his friend and then he witnessed a lot of fans mobbed outside the restaurant. However, the full-time skipper of Team India had to wait till the crowd clears to make his way outside the restaurant.

Besides, Rohit Sharma is currently enjoying his break from international cricket and will be back in action in the Asia Cup 2022 where he will lead India against Pakistan on 28th August, Sunday. 

I want to win another World Cup: Andre Russell

Andre Russell - West Indies

The dangerous all-rounder from West Indies, Andre Russell is all set to represent his nation in the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022 which is going to kick off in October in Australia.

His last appearance for his international side came against Australia in the T20 World Cup 2021 where he smacked 18 off just seven balls which went in vain.

Since then, the right-handed all-rounder didn't seen in action for the Men in Maroon but continuously played franchise cricket across the globe. In a recent interaction with Sky Sports, Andre Russell said, "I always want to play and give back.

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But at the end of the day, if we are not agreeing on certain terms…they have to respect my terms as well. At the end of the day, it is what it is. We have families and we have to make sure that we give our best opportunity while we have one career," was quoted as saying by CricTracker.

"It’s not like I can start over again. I’m 34 and I want to win another World Cup – or two more – for West Indies because at the end of the day, I’m here now, and I’m just taking it day by day," Andre Russell told Sky Sports.

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