IND vs ENG: Indian captain Rohit Sharma breaks internet with “Garden mein ghumne wale log” meme

In a recent game against England, the “shana” captain of Team India, Rohit, skyrocketed to internet fame with his one-liner, saying, “Koi bhi garden mein ghumega ‘maa c**d d*n*a’.” It was clear that Rohit was aware of the meme circulating online, and following a perfect series win of 4-1, he did not hesitate to reference this viral catchphrase in an Instagram post.


In his latest post, featuring teammates Dhruv Jurel, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Shubman Gill, Sarfaraz Khan, and Rohit himself, the captain of Team India captioned it “Garden mein ghumne wale log,” reigniting the internet sensation once again.

IND vs ENG 5th Test Highlights –

R. Ashwin’s remarkable performance with the ball, clinching his 36th five-wicket haul in Tests with figures of 5-77, led India to a resounding victory over England in the fifth Test in Dharamsala. His feat of achieving a fifer in his 100th Test match puts him in an elite group of bowlers. Meanwhile, Joe Root’s valiant innings of 84 was the lone bright spot for England in their second innings, as they fell short against India’s clinical bowling attack.

On day three, Ashwin’s masterful display, supported by Kuldeep Yadav’s brilliance on day one, paved the way for India’s comprehensive win. Kuldeep’s 5-72 in the first innings set the tone, while Ashwin’s consistent performance across both innings proved crucial. England’s batting faltered once again, despite Zak Crawley’s efforts, as they succumbed to India’s spinners.

India’s dominance with the bat was evident through solid contributions from Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma, Devdutt Padikkal, and Sarfaraz Khan, propelling them to a commanding total of 477 in their only innings. England’s bowling attack struggled to contain India’s aggressive batting lineup, with Shoaib Bashir being the lone performer with a fifer.

In the end, England’s moments of glory, including James Anderson’s milestone and Ben Stokes’ sensational delivery to dismiss Sharma, were overshadowed by India’s superior performance throughout the match. With this victory, India sealed the series with a convincing innings and 64-run win over England.

**Brief scores:**
England 218 and 195 (Joe Root 84; R. Ashwin 5-77) lost to India 477 (Shubman Gill 110, Rohit Sharma 103, Devdutt Padikkal 65; Shoaib Bashir 5-173) by an innings and 64 runs.