‘That was particular’: Rohit Sharma on his first overseas hundred | Cricket News – Times of India

LONDON: Indian opening batsman Rohit Sharma, who was adjudged as man of the match after notching up his maiden century within the away Tests, was elated to contribute to the workforce’s emphatic 157-run win over England within the fourth Test right here on the Kennington Oval on Monday.
Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul received the guests off to a unbelievable begin within the second innings. Rohit’s century turned the tide in India’s favour. Other Indian batsmen chipped in with helpful contributions as properly, serving to guests set an enormous goal of 368.

Then, Indian bowlers delivered large time on the final day of the fourth Test because the genius of mercurial Jasprit Bumrah, and all-spherical efficiency by Shardul Thakur within the match helped guests defeat England by 157 runs to achieve a 2-1 within the 5-match sequence. This can also be India’s first win in Oval in 50 years.
“I wanted to be on the field as much as I could. That hundred was special. We know how important was the second innings. Virat just mentioned the effort from the batsmen, and as a unit it was really important. It’s my first overseas hundred. Really glad that I could get the team into an important position,” Rohit Sharma stated within the submit-match presentation.

“The three-figure mark wasn’t in my mind, we knew the pressure on the batting unit so we kept our heads down and batted the situation. Once we got the lead, we just wanted to put pressure on the bowlers. I try to contribute for the team, it’s important for me,” he added.
Rohit Sharma stated it is very important embrace the problem.

“I know the importance of opening the innings. I am glad I could make it count. It’s always important to embrace the challenge, it’s not going to be easy. Back in Durham we had time off to look at our training and technique and after the World Test Championship final we had 20-25 days, that was a real game-changer.
BCCI had informed on Sunday that Rohit Sharma along with Cheteshwar Pujara suffered an injury. Rohit had discomfort in his left knee while Pujara had pain in his left ankle. Talking about that injury, opening batsman said: “Looks (the damage) good for the time being, the message from the physio is that we received to evaluate each minute.”

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