WATCH: Rohit Sharma's brain fades again as he forgets coin before toss in match against Pakistan

During the toss against Pakistan, skipper Rohit Sharma forgets the coin and asks the referee for it. It turns out the coin was in his pocket.

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India's captain, Rohit Sharma, always entertains the crowd with his weird forgetting habits. This time, too, during the toss against Pakistan, he forgot that he had the coin and asked the referee for it. It turns out the coin was in his pocket. The hilarious incident occurred at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York, during the most-awaited India vs Pakistan game in the ICC T20 World Cup 2024.  

Well, this isn't the first time Sharma has forgotten about something during live events. During toss time, he forgets the players' names who are included and excluded from the team. Moreover, he is absolutely famous for forgetting his stuff, and the entire team, including the fans, is well aware of it. 

The coin toss didn't work out in India's favour as Pakistan won and chose to field first, meaning India would have to bat. The toss was a huge advantage for the men in green as the chances of rain are higher, the match might get cut short, and the D/L method might come into play. If that happens and India doesn't have a good total on the board, the match will tilt towards Pakistan. Hence, the batters, especially skipper Sharma and Virat Kohli, must take up the responsibilities today. 

'Every game is important in a World Cup' - Skipper Rohit Sharma acknowledges the importance of each game in T20 WC

All the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 matches are extremely important to qualify for the Super 8. Each team will get four matches and have to win them all. Hence, during the toss time against Pakistan, Rohit Sharma talked about the team combinations and how every match is important, and the team isn't taking any game lightly.

"We've spoken about what we need to do as a batting unit to get a good score and then we've got the bowling unit to defend. Every game is important in a World Cup, you can't just show up. Anything can happen," said Rohit Sharma at the toss time.

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