rohit Sharma’s fantastic knock of 140 runs off just 113 deliveries deserved every bit of the credit at Manchester for putting India in the driver’s seat on an overcast day at Old Trafford. So who gets credit for the man of the match’s performance? Yuzvendra Chahal pulled the vice-captain’s leg, giving credit to Rohit Sharma’s daughter Samaira, who was present for the last two matches where Rohit scored 60 and 140 runs. Rohit did remind Chahal that his comments could upset his wife, Ritika. ” Arre aisa mat bol, Ritika ko bura lagega.” Chahal was quick to cover it up saying she would deservedly get credit for his 24 centuries in international cricket. ” Bhabhi toh aati rehti hain, aur tabhi toh 24 centuries bani hain” All this was part of some light-hearted banter on Chahal TV, where the spinner and opener discussed the match against Pakistan. Sharma, who was India’s top scorer agreed that in England one needs to give at least five overs to understand the ball. When Chahal questioned Sharma about the pressure of an India vs Pakistan match and how he built the innings, he said, “However the wicket may be, in England you need to give five-six hours overs to analyse the game. In our team, players like to play stroke, so it is very important to start cautious and we did that in the last two games. So initially we had planned that we need to see a new ball and then play tapa tap tapa tap.”