Rohit Sharma Scores Ton In Opening Debut In Test

Rohit Sharma demonstrated why he is India’s best opener as he raised his century as the opener for India against South Africa in Vishakapatnam on Wednesday. Rohit Sharma quieted pundits who had before scrutinized the Hit Man’s place in the Test squad after he had left for a duck in the preliminary game.

Rohit Sharma scored his fourth Test ton in 154 balls while he was upheld by individual opener Mayank Agarwal on the opposite side. Everyone’s eyes were on Rohit Sharma as the Test arrangement initiated and desires were enough met as Rohit Sharma reimbursed captain Virat Kohli’s faith in him as an opener in the more drawn out the configuration of the game. As Rohit Sharma raised his ton on his opening presentation, Twitterati emitted with bliss, praising the appearance of the Hit Man in the more extended arrangement of the game as a strong opener for India.

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Mayank Agarwal and Rohit Sharma put India in the driver situate

India’s openers Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agarwal got India off to a flying beginning as both batsmen proceeded to enroll a century and 50 years individually. Including an organization of 200 or more runs, Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agarwal have guided India to an agreeable 202 for no misfortune at tea on Day one.

South Africa’s top-notch spinner Keshav Maharaj got destroyed from the openers as he surrendered 66 keeps running in 23 overs while Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander yielded 34 and 35 keeps running in 11 and 13 overs individually. India currently looks ready to complete Day one on a high note, with captain Virat Kohli yet to come in to bat and would plan to assemble weight on the Proteas directly from Day two onwards.

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