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Today in 2019: Rohit Singh smashed 140 against Pakistan at WC

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This day three years ago, Rohit Sharma, an Indian batter, played a match-winning run of 140 runs against Pakistan in ICC World Cup 2019.
Rohit hit 140 runs in 113 ball and helped India achieve a huge target of 337 runs within 50 overs.
“He’s done the feat on the big stage again!” The International Cricket Council (ICC) tweeted that Rohit Sharma won a match-winning 140 against Pakistan on this day in 2019.

In addition to this, the batter also scored four more tons in that tournament and became first to score five centuries during a single edition.
Rohit broke the record of Kumar Sangakkara, former Sri Lanka skipper, for most centuries in an ODI World Cup. He also equalled Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s total of World Cup-related tons.
Rohit, who has 648 runs under his belt and an average of 81.00 in just nine matches, was the highest run-scorer at the 2019 World Cup. He scored centuries in South Africa, Pakistan and England against Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, England, Bangladesh, Bangladesh and England.
To face Pakistan, Rohit, Viratkohli and KL Rahul, played knocks of respectively 77 and 56 runs. Pakistan lost the match by 89 runs, scoring 212 runs in 40 runs.
Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav and Vijay Shankar were the best bowlers from India with two wickets each.

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