Rohit Sharma scored his last century in 2019.
India has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the ODI series against New Zealand.
New Delhi. The second ODI match between India and New Zealand was played at the Veer Narayan Stadium in Raipur. In this match, India won by 8 wickets. Even though India has won the series, but the captain’s story is very complicated. Rohit Sharma, who made a career boom in ODI cricket, is yearning for the only century. After the match, Hitman has spoken openly about his current form.
Indian bowlers wreaked havoc in the second ODI against New Zealand. No star survived, be it Tom Latham or Michael Bracewell. The hero of the match proved to be Mohammed Shami who broke the back of the visiting team. This player had sent three important batsmen to the pavilion by bowling aggressively from the beginning. The Kiwi team had raised their hands on just 108 runs. After that it was the turn of Team India. Captain showed amazing batting. He played an inning of 51 runs with the help of 7 fours and 2 sixes. But after the match, Rohit told that he is making changes in the game.
I know big scores are not coming – Rohit Sharma
Talking in the presentation ceremony after the match, Rohit Sharma said, ‘I am now trying to change my game. Trying to understand the bowlers. I think it’s important to try to take the pressure back. I know big scores are not coming but I am not too worried about it.
Rohit Sharma’s name in ODIs
Hitman is the king in ODI cricket. He has scored three double centuries in this format. So far no player in the world has been able to do this. However, after January 2019, not a single century has been seen with the bat of Hitman. During that time he played an inning of 119 runs against Australia in Bangalore. At the same time, in August, Rohit told in a conversation about the future of ODIs that his name was made from ODI cricket only.
FIRST PUBLISHED : January 22, 2023, 09:14 IST