Independent vs. ienji: The players in England and Gavaskar said that you can earn 5 centuries

Former India opener Sunil Gavaskar has confirmed that Rohit Sharma may repeat the 2019 World Cup in England in the upcoming five-Test series against England. Rohit scored five centuries at the 2019 World Cup in England and became the first batsman in the world to score five centuries in any version of the World Cup. His 647 runs in the 2019 World Cup. Gavaskar hopes that Rohit can repeat his white ball performance in red ball cricket too.

The five-match Test series, India must play inglendnondige since August 4. Rohit Test cricket for India and for the forthcoming Test series in the 2019 World Cup-opening experience to replicate the performance of the senior Indian cricketer said that he succeeds ascaryapadabekagilla.

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In a conversation with news agency PTI, Rohit said, “Two years ago we saw Rohit score five amazing centuries in England. He scored a century against South Africa on a difficult pitch and the cold paristhitiyallittu. He was pretty miraculous to adapt to those conditions. Now, two years later he was even more anubhavigalagiddare, so he repeated this series exhibit the same ascaryapadabekagilla.

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Rohit was one of the few Indian batsmen who retained control of the swing conditions against New Zealand pacers in the WTC final in Southampton. But the Mumbai batsmen could make a big score to start the second edition of the World Test Championship is certainly better than his solid technique. Rohit, a veteran and experienced player in the upcoming Test series in England, will have much responsibility as his partner Shubman Gill is out of the series. KL Rahul Sharma Mayank Agarwal, or they can be opened Gill instead.

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