rohit sharma century: first century on foreign soil with six; Rohit Sharma’s old tweet goes viral!

Rohit Sharma is an integral part of the Indian team in limited overs cricket. However, the player’s inability to reach the same level in the Trials generated criticism. Rohit will make its test debut after 200 ODI. Even though he played some excellent innings in a format that didn’t suit his style, it still took years for his dream of a century of testing abroad to come true.

First century alien

Rohit has silenced critics with his century in a crucial entry against England. Moin Ali, who scored 127, hit a six to complete the century. An old tweet from Rohit is now going viral among fans after completing its first century on foreign soil.

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Rohit’s old tweet

Rohit was not included in the roster for the 2018 tour of England due to poor form in Trials. The note written by Rohit expressing his frustration back then has now gone viral. Rohit tweeted that the sun would rise again tomorrow. The setback for Rohit was that he couldn’t perform well enough on swing balls. Today, Rohit has marked a century in the harsh conditions of England.

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More balls straight to Rohit

It was doubtful that Rohit would shine as expected in the swing situation in England. However, this time Rohit proved her worth with a better performance on the series. Rohit also faced the most balls of the series. Rohit surpassed Englishman Joe Root in this regard. Rohit, who started the first inning under the worst of circumstances, was praised by former players.

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Rohit’s old tweet

Slight dominance of India

Rohit’s performance in the second inning of Test 4 against England was a relief to the Indian team. Despite England’s 99-run lead that threatened India’s entries, Rohit teamed up with KL Rahul and later Cheteshwar Pujara. On the stumps of the third day, India were 270 times three. Rahul (46) and Pujara (61) were left out. Virat Kohli (22) and Ravindra Jadeja (9) were the top scorers. If India can hit the target of 300 in the second inning, it has a chance to win.

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