Yesterday cricket match prediction: ‘100 must be random…’: Sanjay Manjrekar gives a great verdict on his Rohit Sharma performance after NZ ODI

Former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjurekar reflected on Rohit Sharma’s spectacular shot in the 3rd ODI between India and New Zealand. Rohit achieved his 30th ODI ton in his third and final ODI of the series that recently ended in Indore.

Former Indian cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar was delighted to see his team India put in another clinical performance on Tuesday of his World Cup year. After earning his 2-0 lead unassailable in his three games against New Zealand in his series, Rohit Sharma and his team clinched Holker of Indore his cricket dead in his stadium blacking his caps. I pulverized it with a rubber. Skipper Rohit and opener Shubman Gill, who starred in India’s comfortable victory over Tom Latham’s team, set up a record opening partnership against New Zealand in ODI cricket. Skipper Rohit finished a long wait in the 50-over format while opener Gill scored his fourth ODI ton. The veteran opener beat his century in three years as India scored a huge total in his third and final matchup of the bilateral series in Indore. Former cricketer Manjrekar reflected on his masterclass in batting for Rohit and praised the Indian skipper for playing a key role in India’s victory over Indore’s Kiwis in his 90th round.

“This guy from T20 also likes Rohit Sharma. That’s how you play. 100 should be random and a byproduct of how you play. Despite the meltdown, India had many runs on board if it laid such a platform. That’s my favorite Rohit Sharma,” Manjrekar told Star Sports.

Rohit has hit 101 balls from 85 he has and India has recorded a match winning total of 385 to 9 in the 50 overs competition. The 35-year-old challenged Ricky Ponting’s 30-century-spanning ODI His Indore astounding performance. Rohit is on the list of hitters with the most ODI centuries in him, trailing only Sachin Tendulkar, 49, and Virat Kohli, 46. The Indian skipper amassed 9,782 runs in 241 ODIs for the two-time world champion.

“New Zealand were missing three or four key players, but that didn’t deprive India. Especially tonight they lost a throw. India, despite the Tau advantage, the opposition has We put so many runs on the board that we had to hunt down the totals.It’s a show that’s fun to watch again and again.Usually when the team that loses the toss is sent to bat first, the team in second hits. Very close, but let’s look at today’s lead – a 90 run win. The batsmen and bowlers did very well,” added Manjrekar.

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