Rohit Sharma angry when the third umpire displays not-out

Rohit Sharma angry when the third umpire displays not-out

Rohit Sharma angry when the third umpire displays not-out (Pic Source : Twitter)

After losing the first T20I, India have won the second T20I match and levels the three-match T20I series with 1-1. The final match of the series will be played in Nagpur on November 10. This match will be a series decider. In this match, Indian captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and invited Bangladesh to bat first. Indian bowlers really bowled well and Bangladesh scored 153 runs in 20 overs.

India have easily chased down the target with 8 wickets spare. Captain Rohit Sharma has played a brilliant inning; he missed his well-deserved century by just 15 runs. He scored 85 runs in just 43 balls with the help of six fours and six sixes. Rohit awarded with a player of the match award.

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During the Bangladesh inning, Rishabh Pant stumped Somya Sarkar. After that field umpire went towards the third umpire. In the first display, the third umpire presses the wrong key and gave him not-out then he changed the decision gave him out.

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“Both the spinners are very smart and they understand their bowling really well. They always have conversations with the coach and the captain as to how to improve. They played a lot of domestic cricket and Sundar has been our new ball bowler and today I wanted to change it considering how big the ground is. Quite an emotional guy on the field and some of the decisions we made in the last game, we were pretty sloppy but the focus is to get the job done and those are the emotions that come out,” Rohit Sharma said in the post-match presentation.

“Always know this is a good track to bat on and with dew coming in it will be difficult for the bowlers to grip the ball and we took maximum advantage of that. I never underestimate the opposition, particularly the bowlers… all these years I have only tried to do my best when I have the bat in my hand. I knew the conditions were perfect and there was no turn on offer, all I wanted to do was remain stationed and tonk the ball. We want to finish well and there is a whole West Indies series coming up and not to forget the two Test matches as well.”

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