Rohit Sharma Did Wicketkeeper Gesture & Asked Shastri To Send Dhoni On No.3. Twitter Is Loving It
India defeated Sri Lanka in the 2nd T20 yesterday at Holkar Stadium. Rohit Sharma was undoubtedly the star of the match as he displayed an amazing performance.
Rohit broke a big record as he became the first Indian to score the fastest 100 in T20 format. Well, he smashed a century at just 35 balls and made the atmosphere lively and entertaining.
Fans were amazed by Rohit’s show of sixes and fours. His 100 consisted of 8 sixes and 11 boundaries; it was a pleasure watching him make India proud!
Unfortunately, Rohit got out at 118 in the 13th over; however, what won our hearts was his signal to Ravi Shastri. After Rohit was out, Shastri asked him as to who should he send next. Without thinking a bit, he showed the wicketkeeper sign and asked him to send Dhoni at no.3
Twitter was in awe of his gesture and they appreciated the fact that Rohit still hasn’t forgotten Dhoni’s contribution in making him the opener. In fact, Twitter loved the decision that he chose Dhoni, as he hit 2 fours and 2 sixes. A video is going viral on the internet and it was indeed the best moment of the match.
Check it below;
Click here to watch the video directly on Twitter
And this is how twitter reacted to this gesture;
That's Rohit for u… Best captain 😎 @praveenjetlyy @r_praveeenkumar
— Sabari Santos (@Santos_sabari) December 22, 2017
Massive respect from captain @ImRo45 to legend @msdhoni .
— Imran (@imranyh) December 23, 2017
Great to see!
**Rohit Sharma gets out**
In Signal Language
Ravi Shastri – Who to send in Next??
Rohit – MS Dhoni at no.3
That's why he is so good
Giving it back very well to MSD what MSD did to his Career making him an opener
Great to see#INDvSL #INDvsSL
— Gurpreet Singh 💥 (@Guru4848) December 22, 2017
Truly a captain material!
Moment Of The Day: When Rohit Sharma Got Out, He Signalled To Send The Wicketkeeper, MS Dhoni At No. 3. What A Presence Of Mind, Truly A Captain Material. 💪🙏🇮🇳#INDvSL #INDvsSL #RohitSharma pic.twitter.com/Yd9Ow9fCdm
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) December 22, 2017
Moment of the match!
13 years of Dhonism!
That sign when @ImRo45 asked @msdhoni to bat 😊😊..#INDvSL pic.twitter.com/uNNsQjKhUP
— anurag achutuni (@anuroczzz) December 22, 2017
So guys, what do you have to say about this? How did you find this gesture by Rohit Sharma?