Popularly known as ‘hitman’ among his colleagues, Rohit Sharma can hit the ball a mile with utmost ease—remember the ‘once in a lifetime’ innings against Sri Lanka at the iconic Eden Gardens? Indian limited overs specialist Rohit Sharma is a highly classical stroke-maker, who likes the ball coming onto his bat. Like Sachin Tendulkar’s deep-rooted fascination for tennis, Rohit Sharma has lately revealed his love and passion for football.
The Maharashtra-born Rohit Sharma was recently spotted at the Arsenal vs Bayern Munich knockout match in the UEFA Champion’s League where Arsenal, managed by coach Arsene Wenger, were humiliated 5-1 in the first leg of the last-16 match.
We guess he was rooting for the gunners and felt low at their drubbing, which was hard for many to digest.
But the silver lining is, Rohit was with his wife, Ritika Sajdeh. We are sure the couple had some nice ‘we-time’ away from India and the omni-limelight, which makes it tough for them to enjoy.
Rohit Sharma took to Twitter to share the pictures of their quality time spent together.