Watch: Rohit Sharma’s Six Stops Play in First ODI Against England After Hitting Kid

Rohit Sharma's Six Stops Play in First OD
Rohit Sharma's Six Stops Play in First OD

IND vs ENG: The ball struck the child, according to the commentators, after it fell into the stands. Later, English physiotherapists treated the child. Rohit Sharma’s Six Stops Play in First OD

After India skittled out England for a meagre 110 in the first ODI at The Oval in London on Tuesday, Rohit Sharma, the team’s captain, batted with an aggressive aim. As India sailed toward the goal, Rohit utilised his pull and hook shots to terrific success against the short balls from the England pacers. He executed one such shot in David Willey’s fifth over, which resulted in a six. The presenters then aired images of a father holding a child in his arms after the gunfire. The ball struck the child, according to the commentators, after it fell into the stands. Later, physios from England treated the child.

In the first ODI, India defeated England for 110 runs thanks in part to Jasprit Bumrah’s devastating fast bowling performance earlier. Given the cloudy weather and grass on the field, India chose to field the opposition, and the pacers, particularly Bumrah, took full advantage of the situation. Bumrah became the first Indian pacer to take five or more wickets in an ODI in England with his final statistics of six for 19 in 7.2 overs. Additionally, it was England’s lowest score against India.

The ball was moving quickly and swinging and seaming, which made Bumrah and Mohammad Shami (3/31) even more dangerous.

India easily won the chase thanks to Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 76 (58 balls) and Shikhar Dhawan’s unbeaten 31. (54 balls). India completed the target in 18.4 overs without losing any wickets.

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