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Made Only One Mistake : Ex-India Star’s Huge Remark On Rohit Sharma

In reply to New Zealand's 108, Rohit Sharma made light work of the modest target, hitting a composed half-century.

Rajkot: Indian captain Rohit Sharma addresses a press conference ahead of the second T20I between India and Bangladesh at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Gujarat's Rajkot on Nov 6, 2019. (Photo: Surjeet Yadav/IANS)

India took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series subsequent to beating New Zealand by eight wickets in Raipur on Sunday. Subsequent to being placed in to bat, the Kiwis were bowled out for a measly all out of 108. In answer, skipper Rohit Sharma handily took care of the unobtrusive objective, hitting a formed 50 years, while Shubman Gill stayed unbeaten on 40 to take India across the end goal. After the finish of the match, previous India all-rounder Irfan Pathan hailed Rohit, saying that the unobtrusive all out permitted him to unreservedly play.

Irfan recommended that Rohit did well to bat on target which might have been interesting while at the same time pursuing under the lights, and furthermore brought up the main misstep made by the 35-year-old.

“He committed just a single error when the ball hit his cushions, there was a lbw bid, they needed to take the DRS however didn’t take it. Yet, other than that, he searched in full oversight, we saw astonishing shots, on the up on the offside and the leg side. I’m more than once saying that you shouldn’t stress a lot over Rohit Sharma’s structure by any stretch of the imagination. This was his most memorable 50 years while pursuing against New Zealand and it came with impeccable timing. It wasn’t not difficult to bat under these circumstances as the ball was moving much under the lights. In any case, there was no scoreboard strain and he accomplished the achievement,” Pathan said while talking on the post-match show.

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Rohit was excused on 51 (50) by Henry Shipley.

India and New Zealand will currently get down to business in the third and last ODI on Tuesday.