ICC Champions Trophy : Rohit Sharma chastens Bangladesh in semi final


The Indian team defeated Bangladesh in their ICC Champions Trophy semifinal match that took place at Edgbaston cricket ground on Thursday.

Indian Batsman Rohit Sharma showcased outstanding performance and easily managed to clinch 123 runs in 129 balls in 50 overs match. His stunning century helped the team to win the game.

During the century of Rohit Sharma, Indian team was at a score of 212 runs for one wicket. The team was just 53 runs behind the win with 10 overs left.

The Mumbai opener, who has been in great shape in this Champions Trophy, began India’s run pursue with an energetic opening stand of 87 keeps running off 88 balls with Shikhar Dhawan, who scored 46.

He has an extraordinary loving for Bangladesh bowlers. In the 2015 World Cup, Rohit Sharma scored a match-winning 137 off 126 balls at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. India won by 109 runs. On Thursday, Rohit hit twelve lovely limits in his century.

Rohit’s innings was brimming with beauty. He took a gander at solace with his dodgy hamstring. Viably, the opener moved his feet well, rapidly got in accordance with the conveyances, effortlessly exchanged weight back on his correct leg to score limits square off the wicket.

Rohit’s 50 fell off 72 balls with seven limits, everyone a pearl. Not at all like Dhawan, who loves to play the hurled shots, Rohit plays along the ground. With a variety of strokes available to him, the Mumbai batsman effortlessly found the holes and nourished off the pace given to him by the Bangladesh pacers Mustafizur and Mashrafe Mortaza.

With each ball he center, his innings became continuously wealthier. With Virat Kohli, he delivered a windy 100-run remain off only 89 balls. As India hustled towards triumph, Rohit Sharma was not in a race to score but rather the free balls came extremely frequently and the century fell off 111 balls, bound with 12 fours and a six.

Rohit Sharma won’t be going for the constrained overs arrangement in the West Indies promptly after the Champions Trophy. It’s not worth going out on a limb considering the way that he had recuperated from thigh damage not long ago.

Captain Virat Kohli affirmed this after the match. “Rohit is an uncommon player and we have to ensure him,” said Kohli, clarifying why he has been refreshed for the arrangement in the West Indies.

Kohli said Rohit had a full IPL season after a major surgery and his bore is never in uncertainty. “We require players like him. Another wounded and we could lose him for seven months. India can’t bear the cost of this as we have lot of cricket coming up,” the commander said.