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India vs Bangladesh: Rohit Sharma powers to fourth hundred in ICC WC 2019

Rohit Sharma powers to fourth hundred in ICC WC 2019

Birmingham, July 2: Rohit Sharma made his 4th hundred of the ICC World Cup 2019 when he went past the three figure mark agaisnt Bangladesh at Edgbaston here on Tuesday (July 2). Along the way he also crossed the 500-run mark to become the highest run-getter in this edition of the tournament, going past David Warner's 516. A quick recap to Rohit's 100 in this World Cup.

104 vs Bangladesh

104 vs Bangladesh

Rohit was dropped on 9 by Tamim Iqbal off Mustafizur Rahman and after that blip, he never looked back. There were shots all around the park, including those trademark pulls. He looked poised for a bigger knock but a tired looking shot off Saumya Sarkar ended his stay.

102 vs England

102 vs England

It was not a very smooth innings agianst a spot-on England attack. But he hung in there and played with patience. With England bowlers not bowling short to him, there was no pulled sixes. But a few other silken shots along the grass were there to please the fans. But England won the match after posting 337.

3. 140 vs Pakistan

3. 140 vs Pakistan

This was the innings that carried the stamp of Rohit Sharma. Daring, aggressive and elegant and buried the opposition in that avalanche of shots. It was a pressure game for both the teams and Rohit mastered both the occasion and a strong opponent.

4. 122 vs South Africa

4. 122 vs South Africa

It came in the opening encounter of India at Southampton. It was a gritty knock than a fluent one against a tight South African bowling and on a slowed down surface. Rohit stayed till the end to ensure that India crossed the line. In a way, this hundred filled Rohit with confidence after a rather modest IPL 2019 for Mumbai Indians and not so bright warm-up games prior to the World Cup. As the old adage goes, well begun is half done.

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Story first published: Tuesday, July 2, 2019, 17:38 [IST]
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