Many times in the brand of cricket, important partnerships speak volumes more than the individual records. Obviously, the team is skittled out when you run out of partner at the other end.
Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli who share a great deal of camaraderie both on and off the field shared some light moments after India finished the series on a high with 2-1 to end it on a satisfying note.
The Indian skipper was mighty pleased with his boys who have given absolutely everything to put India on the front foot. After the series, he interviewed Rohit Sharma in BCCI.tv.
Virat Kohli expressed the fact that this is fourth double century stand with Rohit Sharma which is the most by any ODI pair in cricket history.
Rohit Sharma spoke about his inability to turn up in the first two games, surged him to make something big in the series decider.
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 30, 2017
Rohit was named the man of the match for his brilliant 147 his 15th overall and maiden one against the Kiwis. Kohli has been content to play second fiddle with 113 to bring up his 32nd ODI century.
The hitman spoke about the consistency to get along with the scores was so good in stitching together a good liaison with Kohli in the middle.
In return, Virat Kohli highlighted that he was pleased as punch to have shared a good batting rapport with Rohit at the other end.