Captain Rohit Sharma on Tuesday roared back to form with a splendid 50 years in the first Day International (ODI) against England at The Oval in London. However, during the match, one of his brand name pull and snare shots struck a youthful fan in the stands, which stopped the game for a couple of moments while she was gone to by the clinical group of the England cricket crew.
The occurrence occurred in the fifth over by David Willey. After the shot, the telecaster showed visuals of a man embracing a youngster. Pundits additionally said that the ball, which arrived in the stands, had raised a ruckus around town. When the game continued, Rohit Sharma proceeded with his attack on the English bowlers as India whipped England by 10 wickets in the first of the three-match series in London.
In any case, presently, a photograph of Rohit Sharma meeting the youngster has circulated around the web on the web. As per an online entertainment post, the Indian captain met the young lady, distinguished as 6-year-old Meera Salvi, after the match and clearly gave her a chocolate.
Another Twitter post likewise uncovered that Team England gifted the young lady a pullover following the match. She was all grins in the wake of getting the gifts from Rohit Sharma and the England cricket crew.
The lovable signal by the Indian group commander surely won hearts in the cricketing society. Numerous clients tweeted on the side of Rohit Sharma.
Meanwhile, on the professional front, on Tuesday, Rohit Sharma became the first Indian batter to achieve a major feat in the ODIs. He became only the first Indian batter, and fourth overall, to hit 250 sixes in ODIs. Only Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi, West Indies’ Chris Gayle and Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya have hit more sixes than the India skipper in the 50-over format.