Rohit Sharma scored 104 runs in 92 balls and helped India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs in Birmingham and secure a spot in semi-final.
He is the most successful run-scorer in WC with 544 runs in only 7 matches at a strike rate of 96.96.
His endeavours incorporate 4 tons – the joint-most elevated in any single World Cup, alongside Kumar Sangakkara in 2015. His run total in this World Cup is the fifth-most astounding ever after Sachin Tendulkar (673 in 2003 World Cup), Matthew Hayden (659 in 2007), Mahela Jayawardene (548 in 2007) and Martin Guptill (547 in 2015). Rohit may well top this rundown as India has at least two matches left in WC.
122 not out in 144 runs in an effective 228-run pursue against South Africa, 57 off 70 balls against Australia, 140 off 113 balls against Pakistan, 102 off 109 against England and 104 off 92 against Bangladesh – Rohit has given three Man of the Match trophies so far.
It was Rohit’s 180-run opening partnership with KL Rahul that established the framework for a major Indian score against Bangladesh at Edgbaston – it was the most noteworthy opening stand of WC. Rohit has been associated with 4 tons in WC– the three others incorporate 127 with Shikhar Dhawan against Australia, 136 against KL Rahul against Pakistan and 138 with Virat Kohli against England.
Rohit often prefers to take as much time as is needed to settle and after that quickens later in his innings – he played 65 balls for his initial 50 against England and 70 against South Africa.
Rohit proceeded on his cheerful ways and pounded Mosaddek Hossain over long on into the subsequent level. He invited Mustafizur with a straight six into the sightscreen off the first ball off the 23rd over. He before long enlisted his 26th ODI hundred – off only 90 balls and was expelled from that point. He had done what’s necessary to guarantee that India had laid the stage to set up an aggregate outside Bangladesh’s ability to understand.
Rohit has accumulated 874 runs in 15 World Cup matches – Let us cheer for him for the rest matches!