ICC World Cup 2019 (CWC): How to use the opportunity to get the opportunity for the second time Rohit Sharma showed it to everyone with a finger in his eyes. In the fifth over of the innings against Bangladesh today (on Tuesday). Mostafizur Rahman gave an easy catch to Edgbaston. Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh gave a new life to the batsman who could not catch the catch.
Rohit Sharma has made use of the new life properly and without any further mistake, the batsman has been at the top of the list of highest run-greater in the World Cup, beyond the Australia batsman David Warner.
India opener in the form of a great form since the beginning of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. He has made three centuries as the only batsman in this tournament before today’s match. And today, he has lifted against Bangladesh in Centurion. Not only that, as the first Indian and after Kumar Sangakkara, four centuries have been picked as the second batsman in the World Cup.
Rohit Sharma got out after scoring 104 and his name is now shining with 544 runs in 7 matches. David Warner, who is in the list of highest run-scorer in the list, is followed by Rohit. The Aussie batsman scored 516 runs in 2 matches and 3 half-centuries in eight matches. In the same match, Australia Cricket captain Aaron Finch has scored two centuries and 3 half-centuries with 504 runs.
Shakib Al Hasan is in fourth place in the fourth place with seven centuries and two hundreds in 3 matches with 476 runs. Although he is in number four, he has the opportunity to top it out of Rohit. And for that, Shakib Al Hasan will have to score 69 runs.