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#2 Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma

India’s stand-in captain Rohit Sharma was tremendous throughout the Asia Cup 2018. Not just with the bat, he was instrumental with the bat too for the team. He scored 317 runs from 5 innings at a mind-boggling average of 105.67 and a strike rate of 93.51. The opener made 2 half-centuries and a century and never did he get out for a low score.

In the absence of Virat Kohli, Rohit was trusted with the captaincy role. He once again showed his wonderful leadership skills and led India to the 7th Asian title. The 32-year-old was always involved and even in the game where he was rested versus Afghanistan, the captain walked out to the field during India’s batting and instructed the batsmen. India must be delighted to have such a great leader as a backup.

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First-Class 23:30 PM 10 November 2019
WA 1-94(40.4)
NSW 8d-444(152.0)

SCG, Sydney


First-Class 23:00 PM 11 November 2019
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VIC 1-33(16.0)

MCG, Melbourne


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Ekana International Cricket Stadium, Lucknow


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