How did Rohit Sharma ensure India’s victory on the first day of the third Test?

IND vs ENG: On the first day of the third Test played against England, Rohit Sharma boosted India’s chances of victory by scoring a century. Before this game, Rohit Sharma had scored 10 centuries in Test cricket and each time Team India was successful in winning. On the first day of the third Test, Rohit Sharma scored his 11th century in Test cricket. Looking at the old records, it can be assumed that India’s chances of winning have increased. Furthermore, by the end of the first match day, India had also strengthened its position in the third Test.

Rohit Sharma played an amazing innings in the third Test against England. After winning the toss, India chose to bat first. But India got off to a very poor start and the team lost three important wickets for just 33 runs. The heroes of the last match, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Shubman Gill, turned out to be flops. Jaiswal played an innings of 10 runs while Shubman Gill couldn’t even open the account. Rajat Patidar played a very poor shot and returned to the pavilion after scoring just five runs. However, captain Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja took over the Indian innings after that.

First day in the name of India

There was a 203-run partnership for the fourth wicket between Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja. Rohit Sharma played a brilliant innings of 131 runs off 196 balls. Rohit Sharma’s innings included 14 fours and three sixes. Jadeja continued to maintain the lead even after Rohit’s dismissal and remained unbeaten on 110 runs till the end of the day’s play. Jadeja received support from debutant Sarfaraz Khan. Sarfaraz played a storming innings of 62 runs off 66 balls before being run out. Sarfaraz’s innings included nine fours and one six. Thanks to these three players, India scored 326 runs at the end of the first day’s play for a loss of 5 wickets.

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