Live cricket prediction: Suryakumar Yadav faints from shelter with mysterious gesture after Rohit Sharma ends drought of the century at 3rd ODI

Indian shelters rose up to celebrate Rohit Sharma’s glorious century. But while everyone appreciated it, Suryakumar Yadav’s gesture left some question marks.

Rohit Sharma ended his century-long drought and posted his triple-digit score for the first time in over 500 days. Rohit lost the throw but the Indian captain had no reason to worry given how the situation unfolded after his New Zealand counterpart Tom Latham invited the hosts to bat . Rohit made his ODI 100 for the 30th time, getting there on just his 83 pitches and forging an excellent 212-run partnership with his partner Shubman Gill in the opening. Rohit and Gill become the fifth Indian opening couple to score a century in the same match.

It took a long time, but Rohit finally reached its long-awaited century. He spent his entire 2022 without reaching his 100th goal in any format. It didn’t last as long as his Virat Kohli, but the Indian captain finally got the monkey off his back. It’s not that Rohit’s form was cause for concern – he was always starting and hitting his 50s, 70s and 80s – a century missed him, obsessed with statistics and centuries. Rohit’s 101 batting average made him 85 balls for the cricket nation. He breathes in with great relief.

As soon as Rohit scored a single to complete his 100th run, the Indore crowd exploded and applauded the Indian captain’s performance. Even Indian refuges stood and applauded Rohit’s wonderful knock.But while everyone appreciated it, Suryakumar Yadav’s gesture left a few question marks. With a bright smile, Surya clapped her hands and then made a gesture like signaling her six with her hand. Only SKY knows if he was going to let his Rohit score more of his sixes, but it was a unique moment nonetheless.

It wasn’t long before Suryakumar got a chance to record his big score. And he seemed to do so after dashing on 14 of 8 balls. bottom. However, when Surya appeared to be about to go big, he timed his shot too long and died. Surya’s wicket with her 38.4 overs saw him leave India at 293/5, slightly affecting her target of reaching 400.

India lost its plot after the first two of her gates collapsed. Surya, Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli all tried to break in, but trying to play as Rohit and Gill cost India a fortune. New Zealand fought back with Blair his Tickner and Jacob Duffy taking two wickets each, but India’s quest for 400 went tough wicket by wicket. A bad run between Ishan Ishan and Kohli left India wicket-keeper short and Virat fell while trying to clear the fielders down the middle. India in the end he finished with 385/9 but could have scored much more had it not been for a small collapse along the way.

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