Rohit Sharma Has Reached The Lowest Point In His Career, Setting an Unwanted Record
India’s skipper, Rohit Sharma, established a dismal record after getting caught for 42 from 49 balls at deep square leg.
Rohit, who is famed for smashing enormous 100s, has failed to do so in his last 50 international innings. The current dry spell is the second-longest of his career.
The first ODI cricket team to win by a margin of 300 runs or more and the team with the highest victory margin in terms of runs in the history of the 50-over game were both achieved by Team India on Sunday.
The third and final ODI between the Men in Blue and Sri Lanka was won by them at Thiruvananthapuram.
Thanks to scores from Virat Kohli (166*) and opener Shubman Gill (116), India scored 390/5 in their 50 overs. In their bid to reach 391 points, Lanka put up almost no opposition, and after Mohammed Siraj (4/32) launched a crushing powerplay spell, it seemed like the game was finished. After knocking the opposition out for just 73 runs, India trounced them by 317 runs.
Tough Times for Rohit Sharma:
In the first ODI, which India won by 67 runs after Rohit recovered from a thumb injury, he scored an impressive 83 off 67 balls. In the third match, which took place in Thiruvananthapuram, he displayed good form.
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Rohit is making good contact with the ball, but he needs to regain his World Cup form. With 648 runs from nine matches, Rohit had the most runs at the end of the competition. He also recorded five centuries throughout the contest.