Rohit Sharma scored 85 off 43 balls in the second T20 against Bangladesh.
After the match, Rohit gave Yuzvendra Chahal a short but interesting interview for BCCI TV
Dainik BhaskarNov 08, 2019, 01:18 PM IST Sports Desk. Team India defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets in Rajkot T20 to level 1-1 in the three-match series. The captain of victory in the second T20 was captain Rohit Sharma. He scored 85 runs from 43 balls. His innings included six fours and as many sixes. Rohit hit three consecutive sixes off off-spinner Mossadik Hussain in this innings. However, after the match, Rohit gave an entertaining interview to Yuzvendra Chahal for BCCI TV. In it, he explained how sixes are killed.
On learning about Rohit's movement, Rohit asked Rohit- how do you hit so many sixes? The captain said, "You can hit sixes too." For this dole-sholay means strong body is not required. For this, along with power and timing, it is also necessary that the ball hits the middle bat and the head remains steady while playing strokes. ”Rohit also told Chahal that he wanted to hit six sixes in this over but he hit the fourth ball long If we could not play, then changed the plan and took a run. In this interview, Rohit told this leg-spinner when he is going to take five wickets in T20. Chahal said, trying it.
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– BCCI (@BCCI) November 8, 2019
"The pitch was good for batting" said Rohit, who was the man of the match, "I have always tried to do well with the bat." I know Rajkot's pitch was good for batting, while the bowlers were not right in the second innings. I wanted to stay on the pitch and play more balls. 2019 has been very good so far. Just want to finish it with good success. "Rohit hit his 8th half-century in Rajkot T20. He is the first batsman in the world to score 75+ runs for the 10th time. He is followed by Chris Gayle of the West Indies, who has done this feat 8 times.