Rohit Sharma, Please Apologise To Cheteshwar Pujara; How Could You Abuse Him?- EXCLUSIVE

Rohit Sharma should ask Cheteshwar Pujara for pardon, his gaali to his teammate should not be allowed to collect more dust

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Rohit Sharma, Please Apologise To Cheteshwar Pujara; How Could You Abuse Him?- EXCLUSIVE
The Internet is on fire over Rohit Sharma's foul language to Cheteshwar Pujara. The time is right for me to say it as it is. Rohit Sharma abusing Cheteshwara Pujara in the first Test against South Africa makes me close my ears. We have had instances in the past where players have abused their opponents and teammates but that does not pardon Rohit. Spats from history are no excuse to not talk about this one in a firm tone, two wrongs never made a right. 

If Pujara refused a run, who gives the license to Rohit at the other end to vomit an expletive? Pujara is seemingly a milder soul than Rohit (that reading can be wrong) and he may not have minded it or pretend that it was just one of things that happens. Yet, Rohit should say 'Sorry' to Pujara, better if he does it in a video or with a Twitter/ Facebook text. 

It is easy to say that Rohit was talking informally to Pujara and he dud not mean it. Of course, he did not mean it. But still, I would like to see one of my favourite cricketers (Rohit is one of my all-time favourites) make a humble turnaround. Heavens will not fall if he doesn't but if he does, he won't lose anything in process but just gain more goodwill.

Rohit is a very loved cricketer and I have never seen or heard him like this, not even when he leads Mumbai Indians in the IPL and loses a match. It was a bad moment alright, but make amends RS.

If you are the fulcrum of victory which RS was in the first test right from the time he knocked up 176 in the first innings, you in fact need to be all the more collected and composed. If you are one of the top two in your team which you are RS, you in fact need to lead by example which is a combination of your behaviour on and off the field.

Cricketers are role models anyway, Rohit forgot that for just one run? I just hope it was one of those things that will not become a part of the otherwise sensible Rohit.

Frankly, if you ask me, some Indian cricketers of current times need to tone down a bit in their swagger. Aggression is fine, but let us recall that Sourav Ganguly who changed the face of Indian cricket and cricketers was aggressive when and where it mattered, not when and where it did not. Steps should be taken now. The team that thought they would sweep the World Cup 2019 went down so badly in the all-important semi-final, which is always the most discussed encounter even before any tournament. Did the swagger snowball into over-confidence, which has done good to nobody in this world?

Cricket is not a film where gallis are mouthed by actors as per the situation in the rollout. Even in movies, I personally feel that expletives can definitely be avoided. Even in web shows, mind you. Gallis provide content, that's the sad mindset today.

We were told in our childhood that abuses are BAD words. We were CONDITIONED to not use them. We were punished in schools even if anyone complained to the teacher that we had blurted even one cuss word. It is ridiculous to hide under the mask of 'Times are changing'. WE are making the times change. And sadly, NOT for the better in every sphere of life.

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