Rohit Sharma roasts Rishabh Pant over 'biggest six challenge' with Jasprit Bumrah News Updates | On the challenge of Rishabh Pant hitting a six, Rohit said - It has not been even a year while playing him and is challenging - Online Betting Guides
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Rohit Sharma roasts Rishabh Pant over 'biggest six challenge' with Jasprit Bumrah News Updates | On the challenge of Rishabh Pant hitting a six, Rohit said – It has not been even a year while playing him and is challenging

 There were 56 thousand deaths of Coronavirus in the country, 2 thousand 105; BCCI postponed Indian Premier League (IPL) till April 15, India faces lockdown till April 14, tournament still in crisis

Dainik Bhaskar Apr 02, 2020, 03:09 PM IST Sports Desk. Due to the ever increasing outbreak of coronaviruses, all sports tournaments including cricket have been canceled or postponed till July. Also in India, lockdown has been done till 14 April. In such a situation, all the players are sitting at home and chatting live on social media. Similarly, during chatting on Wednesday, Jasprit Bumrah challenged Rohit Sharma to six for Rishabh Pant. To this, Rohit said that he has not been playing for a year yet and is challenging.
In the viral video, Bumrah told Rohit, "Rishabh Pant wants to challenge you for the longest six." Hearing this, Rohit asks Harani, "Who … Pant is speaking like that." Said, "He wants to challenge." To this, Rohit said, "It has not been a year since he was playing cricket, competing for sixes."

ROHIT absolutely boddied pant on Insta live by saying "Sala ek saal hua nahi merko challenge karega? 😂😂😂😂Watch till ending # RohitSharma #RishabhPant #Bumrah (Credits: @ Shrutika_05_ via Whatsapp) pic.twitter.com/Kjk22UP0EZ
– sagar_culé (@sagarssshinde) April 1, 2020
Due to Corona, the number of coronavirus infections has reached 2 thousand 105 as of Thursday morning in 29 states of Talash IPL till 15 April. 169 people recovered, while 56 deaths occurred. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has held a 21-day lockdown in the country till 14 April. Also imposed a visa ban till 15 April. Due to this, the BCCI has postponed the cricket tournament Indian Premier League (IPL) starting from 29 April till 15 April. The tournament is still under threat.

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