IND vs NZ: Rohit Sharma catches one handed catch, silence on fitness questions Video Viral
Rohit Sharma Under the captaincy of Team India defeated New Zealand by 90 runs in the last ODI. With the win in this match, India made a 3-0 clean sweep over New Zealand. Batting first in this match, Team India scored 385 runs for 9 wickets, apart from Shubman Gill, captain Rohit also played a strong century innings. Rohit not only scored a century but also rocked the ground with his strong fielding. While fielding, Rohit Sharma surprised everyone by taking a brilliant catch of Lockie Ferguson.
Rohit Sharma showed excellent hitting and fielding and took a brilliant catch. Kuldeep Yadav was doing the 39th over. On the fifth ball of this over, Lockie Ferguson went to play Kuldeep lightly, but he could not play the ball well. And the ball went in the air. Rohit was standing at midwicket. The ball went over his head but Rohit ran back and took a brilliant one-handed catch.
Meanwhile, this catch seemed very difficult for Rohit but he did not take his eyes off the ball and the result was that he took the catch and brought the team closer to victory. Rohit’s fitness was also proved by this catch. Because questions have been raised repeatedly on Rohit’s fitness.
Rohit Sharma scored his 30th half-century in ODIs
Rohit Sharma scored his 30th century in the third ODI against New Zealand. Rohit’s century came after almost three years in ODIs. Along with this, he has also equaled Ricky Ponting’s centuries in ODIs. Ricky Ponting has also scored 30 centuries in ODIs.
Team became number 1 in ODI rankings
With the victory in the third ODI against New Zealand, the Indian team has also become number one in the ICC rankings. India regained the number one crown only to be pushed back by New Zealand. Team India is at number 114 in the ICC ODI rankings. At the same time, England team is in second place with 113 rating while Australia is in third place with 112 rating. At the same time, the New Zealand team has now slipped to fourth place with 111 ratings.