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“Thinks about IPL even in his sleep”, Twitter reacts as Rohit Sharma says IPL franchises must pick Bangladesh cricketers

India and Bangladesh will be involved in a three-match ODI series starting on Sunday. It would be a Test series after that. Meanwhile, before the ODI series, Rohit Sharma was involved in a conversation with the media. The Indian skipper felt that IPL franchises must trust and pick Bangladesh cricketers. Here, we take a look at how Twitter reacted as Rohit Sharma says IPL franchises must pick Bangladesh cricketers.

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Rohit Sharma says IPL franchises must pick Bangladesh cricketers.

Recently, IPL made it official that the IPL 2023 Auctions would happen on December 23rd. It will be a mini-auction but there would be a few teams looking to make some key signings. In recent years, not a lot of Bangladesh cricketers have got a chance in the IPL. While Mustafizur Rahman has played often, even Shakib Al Hasan‘s availability in IPL has been inconsistent. In the recently held T20 World Cup, Bangladesh put up a decent show.

Speaking about the talent in Bangladesh, Rohit said, “Bangladesh has Quality players and match-winners and I genuinely feel IPL teams should get a chance and pick them in the upcoming IPL auction.” It now needs to be seen if franchises would select any players from the subcontinent team.

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Twitter reacts to Rohit’s statement

While IPL has been beneficial for India, the cricketers are also often trolled because of that. When it comes to commitment, a lot blame IPL for the Indian cricketers taking frequent breaks. Now, ahead of an important ODI series, Rohit spoke about the IPL. Hence, a few on social media were not impressed with Rohit’s comments. A few others, talked about the validity of Rohit’s comment as there are not many Bangladeshi cricketers worthy of playing in the IPL. There were a lot more views on the internet. We take a look at some of them below:

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