IND vs AUS: Captain Rohit Sharma out after stormy innings, read how he lost his wicket on Maxwell’s ball

Rohit Sharma India vs Australia: Rohit Sharma scored a stormy half-century against Australia in Rajkot. He played an innings of 81 runs with the help of 6 sixes and 5 fours. But lost wickets after that. Rohit was dismissed by Glenn Maxwell. Australia gave India a target of 353 runs to win in the third ODI on Wednesday. In response to this, Rohit Sharma gave a strong start to Team India.

Actually Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. The team scored 352 runs during this period. In response to the target given by the Kangaroo team, Rohit and Washington Sundar came to open the opening for India. During this, Rohit scored a stormy half-century. Sixer King Rohit hit 6 sixes and also hit 5 fours in his innings of 81 runs. He faced a total of 57 balls. But after this, Maxwell was caught in Maxwell’s over. The fans sitting in the stadium of Rajkot enjoyed Rohit’s innings a lot. Rohit made a half-century partnership with Kohli.

Team India’s first wicket fell in the form of Sundar. Captain Rohit gave him a chance to open. But they could not capitalize on this opportunity. Sundar scored 18 runs in 30 balls with one four and one six. After this, he got caught by Labuschagne in Maxwell’s own over. Virat Kohli was also out after a good innings. He scored 56 runs facing 61 balls. Kohli hit 5 fours and one six. Maxwell also took the wicket of Kohli. Kohli was caught out. His catch was taken by Smith.

It is noteworthy that Kohli made a special record in his name during this match. Kohli has become the third player in the world to score the most 50 or more runs in ODI cricket. Kohli has done this feat 113 times. Sachin Tendulkar is on top. Tendulkar has done this feat 145 times.

Also read: Watch: Kohli was seen dancing in front of Australian players, see how he had fun in the video.

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