The sound of Rohit Sharma's bat impressed me greatly: Brett Lee

MUMBAI: when Brett Lee Mountain range Rohit Sharma For the first time, the former Australian sprinter was amazed at how the ball would always find the center of the bat for the Indian starter ace and that sweet sound would confirm it.

In a part of a chat show Lee says: I think the first impression I got of Rohit Sharma, when I came on the scene, I was flamboyant, I was very aggressive the way I used to bat.

But it was the sound of the bat ... the first thing I could think of when I saw him hit ... what hit the bat ... it was as if the ball hit right in the center of the bat.

Rohit's former teammate and former player from India Irfan Pathan added that when he Mountain range him during the 2013 Champions Trophy where the 'Hitman' was made to open the batting for the first time, he was amazed by how the current limited overs vice-captain would bat at ease at the nets when everyone else was struggling in England.

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I remember seeing it in the Champions Trophy (2013) when it started to open. Seeing him on the nets when everyone else was fighting, he didn't lose a single ball. We were discussing behind the nets how his game was going to end. career high in India Cricket Irfan said.

Much more than twice the hundreds with luck, Lee added with a smile.

Rohit is the only player to have scored three double centuries in ODI.

Previously, Rohit had said he was concerned about Lee's express pace during his early days as he dealt with the South African sprinter. Dale Steyn The swing felt like a nightmare to him.

All Cricket is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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