Reaching his first overseas ton in the test was a Sewag-style batting from Rohit.
After a two-day rigorous opening of the fourth test at The Oval, India began to dominate with two battings. Rohit Sharma We are at the forefront of action that has recorded a wonderful century. He needed some patient batting in the morning and the condition rewarded him with a fairly flat pitch.
The 34-year-old was cautious throughout the knock and at the same time punished loose deliveries. But in the 80’s, Rohit switched to beast mode, where he unleashed shots in his arsenal. He also accepted James Anderson without swinging the ball too much.
Rohit, who played in the 80’s, never missed this time. And maybe he didn’t want to get stuck. For the same reason, when he went on strike with Moen Ali in 1994, the first batter didn’t worry too much about his tons.
Ali threw it up and Rohit Sharma accepted the invitation to smash the ball for a long time and happily descend the truck to clear the boundaries comfortably. It’s a Sewag-style batting from Rohit, and it’s no wonder the crowd and dressing room loved it, as everyone on the ground stood up to admire the modern cricket genius.
Here is the video:
A century outside India for Hitman! 🔥
He gets there for a long time with more than 6 monsters!
— Sony Sports (@SonySportsIndia) September 4, 2021
India often hits on the third day
Meanwhile, India is slowly strengthening its position, thanks to the sensational tons of Rohit Sharma. England sensed the opening after KL Rahul went to the opening session, but Cheteshwar Pujara also closed the end and made a great partnership with Rohit.
The pitch is perfectly flat and the Indian batter looks very good in the middle. The English bowler slowly failed after doing his best in the morning session. With nothing in the air off the pitch, they had no choice but to wait for the batter to make a mistake. To make matters worse, India has worked hard to keep Moen Ali from settling in one length.