We are not a bad team, says Rohit


Two defeats cannot make India a bad team overnight, opener Rohit Sharma said after firing the 2007 champions to their first victory at the Twenty20 World Cup on Wednesday.

The pre-tournament favourites are at high risk of an early exit following comprehensive defeats by Pakistan and New Zealand in the Super 12 stage of the tournament.

They snapped their losing streak with a 66-run victory over Afghanistan on Wednesday and must win their last two games in Group II and hope other results go their way to make the semi-finals.—Agencies

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