Indian Cricket Team indulged in a classical old game Antakshari during their seven-day mini break from the World Cup
Indian Cricket Team were left heartbroken when they were told to avoid trekking in the picturesque Dharamshala during the ongoing World Cup. With Rohit Sharma & Co getting a six-day break, they wanted to explore the Dharamshala. But with BCCI putting those plans to bed, the Men in Blue opted to indulge in other fun activities. One of those was the classic old game ‘Antakshari.’
This game is a musical delight, which divides two teams. The A team has to sing a Hindi song, and the B team has to sing the song from the last word of A’s song. This goes on and on unless one team fails to sing that song from that particular word. The Indian team was seen playing the classic game. Ravichandran Ashwin shared a post on social media confirming the same.
Team B the ‘Mastane’ consisted of Ashwin, Ishan Kishan, KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, & T Dilip. By the looks of it, this team looked pretty strong and were definitely the contender to win the musical competition. However, the final result is still not known to anyone, as no Indian cricketer yet has shared the result update on social media.
India continue to march along in World Cup as England challenge awaits
Speaking about team India, they have been on a roll as they won all five matches so far in the World Cup. The team is sitting at the top of the points table with 10 points. After a seven-day break, Rohit Sharma & Co will take on defending champions England at Ekana Stadium in Lucknow.
Indian players are currently on a mini break and will only assemble in Lucknow on October 26. A win against England will enable India a qualification for the semi-final.