Virat Kohli applauds Rohit Sharma’s pull shot

Virat Kohli applauds Rohit Sharma’s pull shot

Virat Kohli applauds Rohit Sharma’s pull shot (Pic Source : Twitter)

Again India have won the toss and opted to bat and starts well. At the end of day one, Team India was on 224/3. Rohit Sharma has scored his third test century as an opener in test and overall sixth century in test. India have lost their first three-wicket early, but after that vice-Captain, Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma didn’t give any chance to the position. Ajinkya Rahane has scored a brilliant fifty and near to complete another test century.

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During this Inning, Rohit Sharma has played some great shot, but when we talk about the pull shot, No one can play this shot better than Rohit Sharma. Rohit Sharma’s has played an authoritative pull shot off Lungi Ngidi, Virat Kohli also applauds this shot.

Here the Video of Rohit Sharma’s Pull Shot

Indian batting coach Vikram Rathore after the end of day one

“Rohit is such a good player that he cannot be excluded from any format. It was the right decision to start the innings with him. The number of runs he has scored so far has pacified the issue of openings for now.”

Vikram Rathore further said, “If a batsman like him does well above all, then they change everything for the team. He will also feature as an opener on an overseas tour. He is such an experienced player, and I don’t think you need to tamper with his technique. All he needed was a mental change in his game plan.”

“Ajinkya Rahane showed great intent today. Whenever he bats with this intent, he looks really good player. They were bowling in good areas. There was some help in the wicket. You have to as a batsman needs to survive the time which Rohit did very well. They punished the bat, ball once the wicket settled down little. So they could drive good shot played by Ajinkya. Great partnership.”

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