Drink tea… Rohit Sharma was enjoying the chilling cold of Dharamsala, everything was captured in the camera

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Hospice: Tea lovers will be found in every corner of the world. From above, when the weather is cool, the taste of the chukis increases a bit. A similar scene was seen during the second and deciding T20 International against Sri Lanka (India vs Sri Lanka highlights). The cold was at its peak on Saturday night in Dharamsala. The Indian captain was caught on camera drinking hot tea just below the hills of Dhauladhar in a snowy state like Himachal Pradesh. As soon as Rohit () realized that the whole country was watching him on their television, he invited the Indians to tea from there. The Indian Cricket Board shared this video on Twitter, which is becoming increasingly viral.

Rohit Sharma failed in the match
Chasing the target of 184 runs, India got off to a bad start. Captain Rohit Sharma (1) was bowled in the first over itself, then his fellow opener Ishan Kishan was dismissed after scoring 16 runs after battling for 15 balls. Especially after eating the ball on the helmet, Ishaan looked very uncomfortable and was caught by Lahiru Kumara to Dasun Shanaka.

Made a special ‘fifty’
In the last match, Indian captain Rohit Sharma, who made the record for scoring the most runs in T20 International, took another record in his name in the match. He became the first Indian to complete 50 catches in T20 Internationals. He is in third place in terms of taking the most catches overall. He is followed by David Warner (64) of Australia and Martin Guptill (50) of New Zealand. Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik (50) is at the fourth position.

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India won the series

Shreyas Iyer (74* runs, 44 balls, 6 fours, 4 sixes) and Ravindra Jadeja (45* runs, 18 balls, 25 fours, 7 sixes) proved to be the best as India scored 186 for three in 17.1 overs. Won the match easily. With this, India also took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series. This is also India’s seventh consecutive T20I series win at home.

[Attribution to NBT]

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