Rohit Sharma finally found some form. Three boundaries in an over from Moises Henriques allowed Rohit Sharma to get the run rate up. Sharma, in the able company of Hardik Pandya, put on a 60-run stand but Rashid Khan got the latter caught while top edging a slog. Sharma, however, went on to score a 45-ball 67, hitting six fours and 2 sixes. What was special about the skipper’s knock was that no other batsman looked comfortable batting on a two-paced wicket. With this knock, Rohit got to his third IPL 50 of this season. Rohit’s confidence and hard-hitting on a track that didn’t seem the easiest to score on do not fade away.
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