Rohit Sharma Hardik Pandya
Sharma will return for the Bangladesh tour, where the team will play ODIs and Test cricket.

Rohit Sharma has been ordinary as a batter in the ICC T20 World Cup, but his captaincy decisions have brought success.

The Men in Blue are through to the semis after winning 4 matches in the Super 12 stage.

After taking Wellington Masakadza’s catch in the Zimbabwean innings, he achieved another record in the fielding department.

The 35-year-India skipper surpassed former captain, MS Dhoni, in terms of taking the most catches by an Indian in the shortest format of the game.

While Rohit has 58 catches to his name, Dhoni grabbed 57 in his career.

On the other hand, he has scored just one fifty in five games so far. His form is a cause of concern ahead of the remaining matches in the global event.

India will take on England in the semi-final at the Adelaide Oval.

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