Rohit Sharma Reveals Why He Didn't Watch Dk's Last Ball Six


Rohit Sharma Reveals Why He Didn't Watch Dk's Last Ball Six

Chasing 167 to win, India did not get off to the best of starts as they lost Shikhar Dhawan for 10 runs and Suresh Raina for a duck. I told him whatever skill you have, it will be required in the last three or four overs.

Sharma, who set the chase with his 42-ball 56, said that dropping Karthik down to No. 7 was part of a plan that came off well. Pandey holed out to long-on on the next ball, leaving India to get 34 runs in two overs. But unfortunately, Karthik's six off the last ball ensured a nightmare finish for the Tigers. But that was the idea - to have Dinesh at the back end, because he's batted in that position in a list of games for his state teams, ' Rohit said. Needing five off the final delivery, Karthik smashed Soumya Sarkar over extra-cover to secure what would certainly be one of India's most famous last ball sixes.

Superstar Amitabh Bachchan tweeted: "INDIA WINS!"

"We haven't become a T20 side of caliber yet but if you compare how we did in the home T20s in February to how we did in Sri Lanka, we have taken a step in the right direction", Mushfiqur said. We held him back because of his finishing ability and his experience. "I am really proud of the team's bowling and fielding effort", Shakib concluded. Karthik, who was named man of the match, then stepped up to clobberpaceman Rubel Hossain for two sixes and two fours as India took away 22runs in the 19th over and make the equation easy.

Skipper Shakib Al Hasan also got run out again due to some brilliant work by Vijay Shankar.

"He (Rubel) didn't miss by much".

"I was just looking to hit a boundary off every ball". After sitting out in the first three matches, he was finally selected in the playing XI for the game against Bangladesh.

Later Bangladesh Defeated Srilanka in their final league match to enter the finals vs India, This match had some drama, Though Bangladesh has shown some exceptional cricket to seal the victory their behavior after the victory was immature. Gavaskar's dance appeared to be in good humour but Bangladesh fans on Twitter thought otherwise. So I just had to go out there and hit the ball hard.

He was also asked about how the tournament has been going so far for the Indians, to which he replied: "This tournament has been good, where everyone till number six has been tested so far, and I think we have done a fair job till now".



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