India vs Bangladesh, Asia Cup 2018 Finals: India captain Rohit Sharma’s fun workout ahead of the summit clash is bound to give you fitness goals. Rohit’s relaxed style workout represents the mood in the camp as well. India is the only team that is unbeaten in the tournament and will now face Bangladesh in the summit clash after Mashrafe Mortaza’s men beat Pakistan by 37 runs. For India, most cricketers are in a purple patch, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan have been in a rollicking form which makes it evident that India start favourites in the finals on September 28.Also Read - India Squad For South Africa Tour: Why Rohit Sharma Should Take Over From Virat Kohli as ODI Captain

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Go India! 🇮🇳 Let’s workout together and check me out on TikTok! @indiatiktok

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Rohit Sharma slogging it out in the gym is also a testament to the importance that is laid on fitness in the new-age Indian cricket team. Also Read - India Tour of South Africa: All You Need to Know About the World Class Bio-Secure Arrangements Assured by Cricket South Africa

Earlier, Rohit was also spotted with fans of all the sub-continental teams. He obliged them with a selfie.

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So much love for the sport in one picture

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Meanwhile, Rohit slammed two fifties and a ton in this tournament.

Earlier, it was Mushfiqur Rahim’s 99 that helped Bangladesh recover from 12/3 to set a target of 240 for Pakistan to chase. Mustafizur picked up four wickets to bundle out Pakistan and seal themselves a finale date with the men in blue.

“The bowlers did a good job, especially when we didn’t get the runs,” said Mashrafe. “But Mushi and Mithun batted really well and got us to a fighting total. We are proud of our fielding today. For a long time we haven’t seen this quality of fielding in our team, so hopefully, the boys can understand the value of good fielding.”

Sarfraz was upset with team’s showing in the six-team tournament.

“It’s not a good feeling,” said Sarfraz. “As a captain, I didn’t do well. We didn’t field well, our batting collapsed and as a team, we didn’t do well in any department.

“It seems the team which won the Champions Trophy last year didn’t come here at all.”