'One lousy match can't define who you are: Rohit Sharma ahead of India v England semi-final.
Ahead of India vs. England T20 World Cup semi-final in Adelaide, Rohit Sharma addresses the media on Wednesday.
"This is a chance for us to get past that. It's a long process and we want to stick with it. We have to play good cricket."
"We can be proud of ourselves where we come from. Two good teams remain out. We have to do it right. A bad game can't really define who you are."
"Last year, the field's dimensions did not change much in Dubai. Some land here (in Australia) has smaller boundaries; some don't.
"We adapted well. Adelaide is a field where we have to sit down and decide. Melbourne was the big field. In Adelaide, we had completely different scenarios and we know what plannin
"I'm not worried about him (Akshar). He hasn't pitched his full quota. We have fast pitchers who have pitched their full quota, which means spinners can't play their full quota.
"He's the kind of person who doesn't carry things. No suitcases-he has too many because he does a lot of shopping.
"He has been playing like this all year. He likes to go out and express himself. That's why he was there in the last World Cup. As we say, the sky is the limit for him.
He has taken the pressure off the others. He knows and understands his game. He knows what the bowlers are doing. He told me that he doesn't like small lots.