Rohit took the command of the leadership from the exciting month of february, after being ruled out for the South Africa series.
Indian team was completely led by Rohit Sharma, as the skipper started off his reign with a wonderful win against West Indies in the first ODI, by playing the captain’s knock of 60 runs.
Rohit in the second game against West Indies surprised the fans by coming out to open with Rishabh Pant. The plan unfortunately failed, but Rohit remarked that under his leadership miracles and surprises are unlimited. Although Rohit and Pant failed to give a good start, India won the game by 44 runs.
India didn’t only win the ODI series against West Indies, but sealed a whitewash win against them. Indian team witnessed young pacer Prasidh Krishna to take the command of his dominating bowling performance and was rewarded as the Man of the Series.
India followed their winning streak in the T20s also, as the first T20 was historic and dream come true for the young debutant Ravi Bishnoi, as he got his first international Man of the Match award on his debut.
The second T20 too was a win for India, but most importantly it was the most awaited game for Virat Kohli and his fans, as King Kohli was witnessed getting back to what he is capable of, and played a matured innings of 52 runs.
India remarked a new era of dominance in the 3rd T20I, as they clinched yet another clean sweep in the T20 series, sending West Indies back home without a win.
India having rested Virat and Rishabh for the Sri Lanka T20 series, won all the games because of the dominating performance by the youngsters in the team. Shreyas Iyer knocked three consecutive half centuries, while Jadeja announced his comeback with a powerful batting. Bumrah got appointed as the official Vice Captain for the series, and team India also played with 7 bowling options, with Rohit giving opportunity to each and everyone.
It was a dominating month for team India, and with the Test starting soon this week, team India and fans will be geared up to watch the official all-format captain Sharma, leading the white-side of India.