Jemima was broken when she was out of the team, Pant-Rohit came as messiah, helped such

Jemima Rodrigues was not selected for the T20 World Cup

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Jemimah Rodrigues, returning after a long time, scored important runs for the Indian team, batting at number five in the first T20 against Sri Lanka.

With encouraging words from Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant Jemima Rodriguez (Jemimah Rodrigues) She was encouraged when she was going through a difficult phase after being dropped from the Indian women’s cricket team and was working on her return to the team. This cricketer believes that she was lucky to have Rohit and Pant (Rishabh Pant) Got a chance to talk with Jemima, who failed to make it to the Indian team for the World Cup in New Zealand, played a key role in India’s victory by scoring an unbeaten 36 off 27 balls against Sri Lanka on Thursday.

Pant and Rohit talked to Jemima

Jemima said in the post-match press conference, since the last tour of Sri Lanka, my journey has not been easy, I have to face ups and downs. I spoke to Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant, they told me that these moments will define your career, they told me not to take it (being out of the team before the World Cup) negatively. He told me that I should face the challenge and move forward. I was lucky to get a chance to talk to him.

Jemima worked hard on her game

Batting at number five, Jemima did not come under the pressure created by the Sri Lankan bowlers and scored important runs for the Indian team. He hit three fours and a six in his innings. India scored 138 for six and then registered a 34-run victory with excellent performance from the bowlers. Defending a score of just 139 runs, left-arm spinner Radha Yadav (2 for 22) made her presence felt after the powerplay and the dangerous looking Sri Lankan captains Chamari Atapattu (16 runs) and Harshita Madavi (10 runs) made her presence felt. Got out inside three balls. Sri Lanka lost three wickets within 27 runs in seven overs. After this the team came under pressure and it never seemed to reach close to the target. Jemima said, in the last four to five months, I have understood my game better. I have been patient. I have changed but my goals have not changed.

This innings matters to Jemima

“I started preparing soon after I was dropped from the team. Jemima, who came to the crease at the crucial time of the innings, said that she was nervous in the beginning. “This innings matters a lot, I was nervous in the beginning but hitting boundaries from late cuts helped, which made things easier,” she said. I have returned to the team after four-five months or even more. I was full of enthusiasm.