Published: Sun, July 07, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Rohit Shares Picture of 'loved Ones' Cheering for India

Rohit Shares Picture of 'loved Ones' Cheering for India

A plane streaming the banner "Justice for Kashmir" and "India stop Genocide and free Kashmir" flew over Headingley Cricket Stadium where Sri Lanka was facing India in their final World Cup group game.

Star batsman Rohit Sharma of the Indian cricket team has made a world record against Sri Lanka in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which till now no batsman has been able to do.

Tendulkar's six hundred have come from 44 innings (total 2278 runs) while Rohit took just 16 innings (total 977 runs) for his six centuries, spanning two World Cups.

Australia's loss to South Africa on Saturday means India face New Zealand in the first semi-final in Manchester, while Aaron Finch's side take on hosts England in Birmingham on Thursday.

Following the anarchy, West Yorkshire Police confirmed they would be putting on extra patrols for this week's matches between Afghanistan and the West Indies, and Sri Lanka and India.

"I think India, they have a nice structure behind the India national team".

With this century Rohit Sharma has taken his world cup century tally to 6.

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And as Sri Lanka bow out of the global tournament, Karunaratne believes there is a lot to be learned from the way Rohit converts starts into centuries with such regularity. "He is still hungry for runs", Sangakkara said while commentating for the match.

"He knows which bowlers he wants to take charge against and which bowlers he wants to respect".

"It's an ideal candidate to do watch, the men learn something from him, just keep batting and batting. And that's a huge thing for the youngsters".

This was the second such incident at this year's World Cup. "But I think we tried really hard", he said. And then we got a nice push.

"But Mali going to play another couple of games in Sri Lanka against Bangladesh".

He added: "We all wanted to give him a nice farewell, but unfortunately we couldn't".

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