Headed by Rohit Sharma Team India is working on getting ready for the T20 World Cup, which started on Sunday. The Men in Blue will, however, begin their season a week later after playing in two exhibition games. India’s first pregame match is against Australia on Monday, and then two days later, they play another pregame game against New Zealand.

The India captain has not only been working hard in the nets but has also been interacting with the Australian supporters, including an 11-year-old boy. The young youngster, whose name was Drushil Chauhan, was given access to the Indian dressing room by Rohit and given the chance to bowl at the legendary batter in the nets.

In a video that the BCCI published, team analyst Hari Prasad Mohan can be heard explaining how Rohit was able to pick out the talented child among 100.

“The youngsters were ending up their morning activity when we arrived at the WACA for our afternoon practice session. So, as soon as we entered the changing room, we could see around 100 youngsters playing and having fun with cricket. One child, in particular, attracted everyone’s attention, and Rohit was the first to recognize him. Everyone was astounded by the young bowler’s fluid run-up and how naturally good he was after seeing him bowl a few balls. In the video, Mohan can be heard saying, “Rohit immediately left the dressing room and called the youngster and urged him to bowl a couple more balls since he was constantly banging the bat.