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'My Reaction When Rohit Tells Me We’re In The Semifinal': Hardik Pandya's Post After The Win Against Bangladesh Can't Be Missed And Ranveer Singh Agrees

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Published:

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  • After facing their first defeat in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup, India made a solid comeback as they registered a 28-run victory against Bangladesh at Edgbaston here on Tuesday. 
  • India will now face Sri Lanka on July 6 while Bangladesh will compete against Pakistan on July 5.

After facing their first defeat in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup, India made a solid comeback as they registered a 28-run victory against Bangladesh at Edgbaston here on Tuesday. 

With the victory, India have secured their semi-final spot as they now have 13 points and have consolidated their second position on the points table.

Rohit Sharma's ton helped India post a target of 315 runs for the Bangladeshi side. India then easily defended the target as all the Bangladesh batsmen were sent back to the pavilion by India bowlers when they had just 286 runs on the board.

Jasprit Bumrah took four wickets while Hardik Pandya took three wickets in the match.

Reacting on the same, Hardik Pandya shared a post captioning it as: "My reaction when Rohit tells me we’re in the semifinal 😂🏆 Come on #TeamIndia 🇮🇳". Ranveer Singh was quick to comment and wrote: "Three of the very best ! 💎💎💎 badboi comin’ thru in the clutch!" [sic]

Below is the post -

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

My reaction when Rohit tells me we’re in the semifinal 😂🏆 Come on #TeamIndia 🇮🇳

A post shared by Hardik Pandya (@hardikpandya93) on

Meanwhile, India opener Rohit Sharma and skipper Virat Kohli both touched another milestone as they crossed the 1000-run mark in ODI cricket for the calendar year 2019 during team's match against Bangladesh in the World Cup at Edgbaston here on Tuesday. 

Rohit needed just four runs when he entered the field to bat and smashed another astounding century, his fourth in the tournament, and went on to play a knock of 104-run.
Sharma, who became the first Indian batsman to complete the feat, has now 1100 runs so far this year.

On the other hand, Kohli required just seven runs and completed his 1000 runs in the format after he scored 26 runs from 27 balls in the match. The skipper has now amassed 1019 runs for this year.

India will now face Sri Lanka on July 6 while Bangladesh will compete against Pakistan on July 5.

(With agency inputs)

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