The Indian skipper and the batting superstar, Rohit Sharma set the stage on fire last night in Bengaluru with his sensational performance against Afghanistan in the third and last T20I of the three-match series. Meanwhile, Rohit’s century was also enjoyed by none other than his teammate and friend Suryakumar Yadav, who is currently hospitalized after undergoing a successful surgery.
Notably, Suryakumar Yadav is currently out of action due to an injury, for which he recently underwent a successful surgery. Within a few minutes of his surgery, SKY was seen watching Rohit’s outstanding knock against Afghanistan in the last fixture of the T20I series.
The video of this moment in which SKY is enjoying Rohit’s swashbuckling batting performance, is also making rounds on social media as soon as it was shared by a user over X (Formerly Twitter).
Here’s the video of Suryakumar Yadav watching Rohit Sharma batting:
Suryakumar Yadav enjoying the masterclass of Rohit Sharma after his successful surgery 👌— Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) January 17, 2024
- The bond of Hitman & Surya...!!!pic.twitter.com/qZqowyJsCv
Speaking of the action of the third T20I between India and Afghanistan, it was the first-ever match of its kind in the history of T20I cricket. The main passage of the match ended with both teams scoring 212 runs each in the separately allotted 20 overs each. Later, the match was given to be decided in the super-over, which also ended tied.
Then it became the first-ever match in the history of T20I cricket to enter the second super over for the result of the match. In the second super over, Indian skipper Rohit Sharma smashed 11 runs, before he got run out followed by another dismissal and India ended up scoring 11 runs in the second super over.
While defending the 11 runs in the second super over, Indian captain Rohit Sharma trusted Ravi Bishnoi and the latter successfully defended the target by scalping both the wickets without conceding a single run. Eventually, India won the second super over by 11 runs to seal the series by 3-0.