Rohit Sharma
In the second one-day international, Rohit Sharma played despite being injured; he scored 51 runs unopposed.

India lost the second ODI and the series to Bangladesh despite an unbroken effort of 51 runs by Rohit Sharma.

Rohit Sharma, who had been sidelined for the majority of the game with a thumb injury, finally stepped out to bat at no. 9 for India. The Hitman scored 51 runs off of 28 balls in a crucial moment of the game, helping the Indian team to a near victory. Rohit didn’t get enough strikes, and India lost by 5 runs because Mohammed Siraj couldn’t get his bat through the ball. Nonetheless, Twitterati bowed down to Rohit’s fighting knock and gave him a round of applause.

Rohit stepped out to bat in the 43rd over after India had lost a wicket to Deepak Chahar and were 207/7. Before switching to Twenty20 mode, he downed a couple of balls. His undefeated 51-run knock included five sixes and three fours, and it was only because of him that the chase didn’t fizzle out in the last over.

Siraj and Rohit had trouble rotating the strike in the 47th and 48th overs, scoring only one run and zero runs, respectively. After that, India needed 40 runs off of the final 12 balls to secure victory.

In the 19th over, Rohit scored 20 runs by unleashing some big smashes, and he attempted to do the same in the final 6 balls. Rohit, needing 12 off 2, smashed the first ball for a 6, but he missed the second one.

Perform like a real warrior when playing the game. It took us to the very end of the game!

Respect, @ImRo45! This is a picture of the #RohitSharma #PunjabKings #BANvIND team:

7 Dec 2022 – — Punjab Kings (@PunjabKingsIPL)
Mehidy Hasan Miraz scored his first one-day international century on Wednesday, leading Bangladesh to a 271-7 total and a victory over India in the second match of the day.

After the Indian bowlers shook the hosts with pace and spin in Dhaka, leaving them reeling at 69-6, the all-rounder was unbeaten on 100, adding 148 runs for the seventh wicket with former skipper Mahmudullah (77).

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