Rohit Sharma Helps Team India Clinch The Series In 3rd T20. Team India in Hamilton sealed the series by taking 3-0 lead in five matches series in T20 against Team New Zealand. But it is not just a match Hamilton was a theatre of shot-making and at the top of a game. Where neither team had the edge until an astonishing Super Over, India came away deserving winners.
With Good start, Rohit Sharma helps Team India to have 179 on board after 20 overs. The behavior of the Pitch is slow that’s why Rohit Sharma’s 65runs of 40ball at the start of the inning help Team India to get towards the respective total after the first inning.
Team New Zealand Started their inning very well with Munro and Guptill. But both got out just at the end of powerplay and from thereon its all Kane Williamson show. Williamson made it look so easy. He is getting runs from everywhere and even when he is taking chances on Jasprit Bumrah he still getting boundaries. Williamson made 95 runs of just 48 balls with 6 good sixes and 8 fours. He didn’t get support from the other hand.
Mohammed Shami has to defend just 9 runs in the Final over against Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor. The advantage was with Team New Zealand. Shami goes for six in the very first ball of final over. And from there Shami turns the game After the six on the first ball. They required just 3 runs of five ball but New Zealand failed they gave their wickets. And the Match got tied.
New Zealand with their bad luck in super-overs. Still got 17 runs of Bumarh in the super-over. Even Super-over is going in New Zealand favor But then Rohit Sharma Hit two sixes in Last to balls of super-over. When Team India required 10 runs with 2 balls left in super-over. Rohit Sharma Helps Team India Clinch The Series In 3rd T20
Virat Kohli said in the presentation that “they should have finished the game after the six in the first ball in final over. “I thought we are out of the match at one stage”. But Shami somehow bought us back into the game. And when it comes to Super-over India always looked to their best six-hitter and Rohit did not disappoint. He mistimes first two balls but when Southee made the mistake of bowling length – aka the perfect invitation to be whacked out of the ground – and Rohit Sharma took full toll.