…then Rohit Sharma will hit a double century in the WTC Final, predicts the former Pakistani batsman

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Rohi Sharma has scored 1030 runs in 11 matches for India in the World Test Championship. (AFP)

Former Pakistan captain and commentator Ramiz Raja has made a big prediction about Rohit Sharma. He says that if Rohit remains in colour, he will definitely hit a double century in the final of the World Test Championship.

New Delhi. Former Pakistan captain and commentator Rameez Raja has made a big prediction about Rohit Sharma. He says that Rohit will definitely hit a double century in the final of the World Test Championship. Not only this, when Raja was asked the question related to opening the Indian innings from Rohit and Shubman Gill in the WTC final, he said that there is no danger in opening the innings with such aggressive batsmen.

After Mayank Agarwal’s poor form on the Australia tour, Shubman Gill is making his Indian debut in Test cricket with Rohit Sharma. He also opened in the home Test series against England. However, he could only score 40 runs in three Tests.

Rameez Raja said in a conversation about the World Test Championship final on India News that if you have an opening pair like Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma, then you should support them in any case. If Rohit is in rhythm, he will definitely hit a double century in the WTC final against New Zealand.

Indian batsmen have to play aggressively in England: Rameez RajaHe further said that as a batsman, Rohit and Shubman do not need to think too much. Just go there and play your natural game. This team and it is important for them to play aggressive cricket. The base of Indian batsmen is aggressive batting.

The former Pakistan captain further said that if you get a half-volley ball, then you should be playing in India or driving it in England. Yes, it is necessary that in the first half hour of a Test match, you play the balls with light hands. But when your eyes get frozen, then you should bat openly. Because this has been the philosophy of batting in the last 100 years.

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Rohit has more than one thousand runs in WTC

Talking about Rohit, he is the second highest run-scorer in the World Test Championship after Ajinkya Rahane (1095 runs). He has scored 1030 runs in 11 matches at an average of 64.37. During this, he has also scored four centuries and two half-centuries. Rahane and Rohit are the only two Indians who have scored more than a thousand runs for the country in the World Test Championship. Indian captain Virat Kohli has added 877 runs in 14 matches. India has to play the final of the World Test Championship against New Zealand in Southampton, England from June 18.




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