Rohit Sharma performed a blinder in Rajkot as India thrashed Bangladesh through 8 wickets to attract stage at 1-1 within the three-match T20I sequence.
India’s stand-in captain failed to accomplish with the bat within the sequence opener however made up for that during the second one T20I through smashing 85 runs off 43 balls as India chased down the 154-run goal in simply 15.Four overs.
Enjoying his 100th T20I for India, Rohit hit six fours and as many sixes right through his blistering knock.
After Rohit’s “Participant of the Fit” efficiency in Rajkot, former India cricketer Virender Sehwag lavished top reward at the 32-year-old or even he went on to match him with the ‘God of cricket’ – Sachin Tendulkar.
In a post-match research of the 2d T20I with Cricbuzz, Sehwag stated that he has now not observed even Virat Kohli ranking runs at any such ferocious strike-rate like Rohit whilst mentioning the instance as no person can play like him, in a similar fashion, the Indian skipper can’t do positive such things as the Mumbai opener.
“Hitting Three-Four sixes in one over or scoring 80-90 runs in 45 balls is an artwork that I haven’t even observed Kohli pull off as frequently as Rohit,” Sehwag stated within the display.
Revealing an anecdote in terms of Tendulkar, Sehwag additionally stated that the Grasp Blaster used to inform his India teammates that if he can ranking runs (in a selected state of affairs), they should be capable to do the similar.
He concluded through announcing, “Sachin used to inform others if I will do one thing at the box, why can’t you? However he by no means understood that there’s just one God and any such issues God can do, nobody else can.”
Noteworthy, the T20I sequence decider might be performed at Vidarbha Cricket Affiliation Stadium in Nagpur on Sunday (November 10). The 2 groups will then play two Checks ranging from November 14.
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