Yuvraj Singh’s hilarious reaction to Rohit Sharma’s century vs England

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The fans and the entire cricket fraternity was left in amazement as Indian cricket team opener Rohit Sharma scored his first overseas hundred against England in the 4th Test at the Kennington Oval in London.


Rohit Sharma stole the show as the Mumbai born batsman showed his patience, composure to achieve the most awaited achievement of his cricket career.

There were questions being asked about Rohit Sharma as whether the Indian opener is as capable of playing in the overseas conditions as playing on the home soil. The right-hand batsman silenced all the critics and has given India a opportunity from where Team India can think of winning the match, which was unlikely at a moment.


The Twitterati went crazy when The Hitman (Rohit Sharma) completed his century. The social media was flooded with greetings and congratulations to Rohit Sharma. And one of the many to have reacted to Rohit’s century is his former teammate and World Cup 2011 hero Yuvraj Singh.

Yuvraj Singh hilarious reaction to Rohit Sharma century vs England

Yuvraj Singh took this as a great opportunity to share a old photo of Rohit wearing a T-Shirt on which was written, “Why is everybody looking at me ?”

To which, Yuvraj Singh wrote and answered, “Because u just scored your first overseas hundred, Hitman you beauty” with some happy and clapping emojis.

Talking about the 4th Test match between England and India, which is being played at the Kennington Oval in London, Team India look to be in control of the match as the Virat Kohli’s men are leading the Three Lions (England) by 171 runs at the end of day 3’s play.

India started the match really bad as they could only managed to put 191 on the board, thanks to a quickfire knock by Shardul Thakur. England managed to take a lead in the match but was restricted to only 290.

India got off to a flyer in the 2nd inning and didn’t repeat the mistakes from 1st inning as opening duo of Rohit and KL Rahul put a stand of 83 runs for the 1st wicket. Then Rohit was joined by Cheteshwar Pujara. Rohit Sharma departed after scoring 127 runs of 256 balls which included 14 fours and 1 six.

Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja remained not out at the end of Day 3’s play and will hope add some more runs to make it tough for the English side, in the process, Virat Kohli will also be hoping for his long awaited 71st international century.

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