Rohit Sharma showed his class yet again by hitting a century during the World Cup league match against Pakistan on Sunday. The Indian Opener scored 140 runs of 113 balls to help India post a huge score.
Fortunately, Rain hasn't played spoilsport so far and the match has been going as per schedule. By the end of 40 Overs, India posted a total of 248 at the loss of two wickets. Skipper Virat Kohli and All-Rounder Hardik Pandya are at the crease.
Injury of Dhawan hasn't affected Team India much because KL Rahul who replaced the left-hander scored 57 runs in the match against Pakistan.
If India score big in the last 10 Overs, Pakistan will have to chase something around 350 when it comes to bat. That would be almost impossible to achieve considering the strong bowling attack of India. Bumrah, Bhuvi, Kuldeep and Chahal would make the most out of the huge target Pakistan has to achieve.