Border Gavaskar Trophy hitting coach Vikram Rathour praised Rohit Sharma after the second day. No Jadeja, this Team India player won the coach’s heart, she gave a big statement after the second day

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India vs. Australia: The first match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy is currently being played in Nagpur. On the first day of this Test, the Australian team won the toss and went out to play first and was down to only 177. At the same time, until the end of the second day of this match, the Indian team’s score has been 321. runs for 7 wickets. The Indian team’s lead is 144 runs at the moment. While all the batsmen found it difficult to bat at this ground, India team captain Rohit Sharma pulled off a brilliant century. While hitters like KL Rahul and Virat Kohli failed again.

The coach said this about Rohit

India batting coach Vikram Rathour said on Friday that Rohit Sharma had to work hard for his 120 against Australia as the pitch was not easy to hit and required special effort to score runs. Rohit’s century along with a half century from Ravindra Jadeja and Akshar Patel helped India take a 144-run lead in the first innings of the second day of the first Test cricket match.

Rathour said after the end of the day’s game, “It was a special tackle from Rohit and it was good to see him score runs. He showed good spirit and it was a very important tackle because it was not easy to bat at this ground. Rohit has played some brilliant innings since he started opening but his three centuries stand out, including 161 at Chennai, including a century at The Oval and a century in a slow pitch here on Friday.

Rohit’s Praise

Rathore said: “This is the specialty of his hitting. He scored runs on the fast bowls for England, but if we talk about his innings, he had to work hard to score runs. Usually Rohit gets runs easily after scoring a few runs early on, but here he had to work hard.

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