Die-hard fans now cannot help but recall former India cricketer star Yuvraj Singh’s ‘six 6s’ during the 2007 T20 World Cup.
Dinesh Karthik vs Rishabh Pant is the dilemma that the Indian team management is currently facing.
India and England with equal amounts of firepower will be vying for a spot in the final when they meet at the Adelaide Oval in the second semifinal of the T20 World Cup.
However, as per Rohit he is fine now and looking forward to lead the team in the semifinal match against England.
Buttler hailed Rohit’s leadership skills by calling him tactically very good.
ICC has formulated certain rules and regulations to ensure that games are completed despite rain disruptions.
As per Shastri, the flashy batter will bring in the X-factor in the shorter boundaries of Adelaide Oval.
Rohit Sharma was hit by a rising delivery of sidearm thrower Raghu.
Danni Wyatt took 14 runs off Meghna's second over, including three fours. Teenage sensation Alice Capsey looked dangerous, but a massive mix-up meant she was run-out by the smallest of margins. Danni hit some more boundaries, including a paddle scoop off Sneh.
In the very next over, Smriti walked across to scoop and didn't get the required elevation, giving a simple catch to short fine leg off Nat. The duo falling in quick succession meant India got only 15 runs from 7-10 overs phase.
The Indians started brilliantly and dominated the first two quarters to enjoy a comfortable 3-0 lead at half time.
A maiden One-day International century by wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant helped India clinch a 2-1 series victory over England on Sunday and in the process ensured they held on to third spot.
All-rounder Hardik Pandya (4/24) and leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal's (3/60) superb bowling efforts helped India bowl out England for 259 in 45.5 overs.
For India, Yuzvendra Chahal was the most successful bowler with 4/47 while Hardik Pandya and Jasprit Bumrah got two wickets apiece.
Bhuvneshwar, who finished with 3 for 15, was adjudged the Player of the Match while Jasprit Bumrah (2/10) and Yuzvendra Chahal (2/10) and Harshal Patel (1/34) were the other wicket-takers for India.
India's loss means Pakistan have jumped above India in WTC standings after the former were penalised for slow over-rate in the Test.
Rohit Sharma, who has been ruled out of the Edgbaston Test after testing Covid-19 positive, will return to lead the sides in both T20I and ODI series against England, beginning on July 7 in Southampton.
While Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have been rested, KL Rahul will lead the team.
It is also learnt that more than one India player had expressed concerns about taking the field in talks between the BCCI and the team management over the last two days.
Due to fears of a further increase in the number of COVID cases inside the camp, India are regrettably unable to field a team and will instead forfeit the match," the England and Wales Cricket Board said in a statement.