ODI World Cup 2023, Rohit Sharma Reaction: The schedule of the biggest mega event of cricket i.e. ICC 2023 ODI World Cup has been announced. The first match of the tournament will be played between defending champions England and runners-up New Zealand. At the same time, Team India will play its first match against Australia on 8 October in Chennai. Meanwhile, the reaction of Indian captain Rohit Sharma has come on the schedule of 2023 ODI World Cup. Know what he said.
Indian captain Rohit Sharma said, “It will be a great experience to play the World Cup at home. India won here 12 years ago and I know that fans across the country cannot wait to enter our ground this time.”
The Hitman further added, “This World Cup is going to be very competitive as the game has changed now. Teams are playing with more positive energy than ever before. All this augurs well for the fans all over the world who can look forward to many exciting times. Promises moments.. We are looking forward to prepare well and give our best this October-November.”
Proud moment for India! Hosting the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup for the fourth time is an incredible honour. With 12 cities as the backdrop, we’ll showcase our rich diversity and world-class cricketing infrastructure. Get ready for an unforgettable tournament! #CWC2023 @ICC @BCCI pic.twitter.com/76VFuuvpcK
— Jay Shah (@JayShah) June 27, 2023
India and Pakistan will be face to face on October 15
The first of the Indian team will be from Australia on 8 October. Then on October 11, the teams of India and Afghanistan will be face to face. After this, in the third match, the Indian team will face Pakistan on 15 October. The India-Pakistan match will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Schedule of matches of India in World Cup 2023-
October 8 – India vs Australia – Chennai
11 October – India vs Afghanistan – Delhi
15 October – India vs Pakistan – Ahmedabad
October 19 – India vs Bangladesh – Pune
October 22 – India vs New Zealand – Dharamsala
29 October – India vs England – Lucknow
2 November – India vs Qualifier 2 – Mumbai
5 November – India vs South Africa – Kolkata
11 November – India vs Qualifier 1 – Bengaluru.