The opening performance of Team India in the five-match Test series between India and England was spectacular. After Trent Bridge, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul made a strong start at Lord’s. Rahul scored a century, hitman fanatical fans in 83-run innings. Rohit may have failed to score a century, but he appears to be in a tremendous touch, which is good news for India. Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar also believes that Rohit’s current form will definitely benefit Team India in the upcoming matches. Gavaskar praised Rohit’s innings of 83 at Lord’s. He added that scoring a century at the Lord’s is not everything.
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Speaking to Sony Sports Network, Gavaskar said, “In a five-day Test match, nobody knows how the first day’s pitch works. It’s hard to predict if the ball will bounce or the weather will get wet on the pitch. Did – what kind of shots to play and what not to do. You see how many balls he released, some of them very close to the off-stump.
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Former India captain said it was not everything to score a century at Lord’s. He said, and it gives you assurance from the player. If you have an 80-run player with a guarantee, they will score 400 to 500 in a five-match series. And what does the hero want? Yes, they are disappointed not to have scored a century, but to score a century at Lord’s is not everything. Let us tell you that not a century of Sunil Gavaskar’s name has been recorded in the Lord’s.