Rohit Sharma The Hitman 100s In The World Cup 2019 and 2023

India vs Pakistan is just around the corner and both teams have won their initial two matches of the World Cup 2023. India as well as Pakistan are confident about winning that important clash of the tournament. Indian batting is always a winning factor for them and they have produced world-class batters like Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, and many other great batters in history. But Rohit Sharma plays his next level game in the ICC ODI World Cups. Here we have a complete package of the Centuries he scored in the ICC World Cup 2019 and 2023. He is in sublime form and has broken the fastest World Cup Century record for India in the history of World Cups. 

In the 2019 World Cup Rohit Sharma, the hitman made 5 centuries with a healthy strike rate. He is an impact player who can hit any bowler for six from any length. Though they lost the Semi Final against New Zealand his form was sky in the league stage of the mega event.

Rohit Sharma’s 100 Against South Africa in the ICC World Cup 2019

He kicked started the World Cup 2019 campaign by scoring his first 100 against one of the best bowling attacks in world cricket, South Africa. His 122* facing 144 balls with the help of 13 fours and 2 sixes was a match-winning knock. The strike rate was a bit on the lower side but he took his team over the line chasing a low total of 227 runs from South Africa.

Rohit Sharma The Hitman 100s In The World Cup 2019 and 2023

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Rohit Sharma’s 100 Against Pakistan in the ICC World Cup 2019

The arch-rivals India and Pakistan squared up against each other at Old Trafford Cricket Ground England on June 16, 2019, for an important encounter. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl first on a batting pitch. Rohit Sharma made 140 of 113 balls to post a huge total of 336 on the board. His strike rate was 123 plus with 14 fours and 3 sixes. India won the match by 89 runs(DLS Method).

Rohit Sharma’s World Cup 2019 3rd Century vs the Hosts

Rohit Sharma’s sublime form continued he also showed his effects in the match against the hosts, England. England won the toss and decided to bat first. England batted very well and posted a huge total of 336 runs on the board. In reply, India got to 306 runs with the help of another century from the Hitman, Rohit Sharma. This time he made 102 from 109 balls. India lost the match by 31 runs.

Rohit Sharma’s 100 Against Bangladesh in World Cup 2019

His 4th 100 of the ICC World Cup 2019 was against Bangladesh. India won the toss and elected to bat first and posted 314 on the board. Rohit Sharma completed his 4th hundred of the tournament. The strike was a healthy one this time. His 104 runs inning only consumed 92 balls. India won the match by 28 runs. Shakib was also in sublime form and made 66 runs in this match to challenge the total. 

Rohit’s 100 Against Sri Lanka in the World Cup 2019

This was Rohti’s 5th hundred of the ICC World Cup 2019. Another Asian team and another 100 from Hitman. He loves Aisan Bowling attack. He made 103 runs facing 94 balls with a strike of 109 plus. Another match performance from Rohit. India chased down 264 runs total in the 44th over of the match. 

First 100 of Rohit Sharma in the World Cup 2023

After getting out for zero in the first match against Australia, Rohit Sharma again fancied the Asian bowling lineup. This time Afghanistan was the victim of Rohit’s Bat. He made a record 100 against one of the best spin bowling lineups. Rohit Sharma became the fastest centurion for India in the history of the World Cup. This is a great achievement for the Indian opener. His fastest World Cup 100 only consumed 63 deliveries. India won the match by 8 wickets with 90 balls to spare.

Pak vs Ind ICC World Cup 2023 October 14, Ahmadabad

A good news for Indian fans as the Hitman is in sublime form in this World Cup. Pakistan bowlers have to find a way to get him out as early as possible otherwise they won’t be able to stop the flow of runs.

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