Rohit Sharma presents wounded fan with autographed hat
BIRMINGHAM: from India Rohit Sharma introduced a young fan with a autographed hat after she was hit by one of the opener's six during her century on Tuesday.
Sharma's 104th, his fourth century of the World Cup, helped India win a place in the semifinals after defending its 314-by-nine total, beating Bangladesh by 28 runs.
The first attacking party broke seven legs and five sixes during its attack of 92 balls and one of its blows found the unfortunate Indian fan in the crowd.
Sharma met the girl, identified as Meena , after the match to present a yellow autographed hat .
She was hit in the face by the ball when the supporter in front of her could not catch it.
She was hit by a maximum of @ ImRo45 and the opener was kind enough to control her and give her a signed hat. # CWC19 https://t.co/KqFqrpC7dS - BCCI (@BCCI) 1562090847000
Sharma set the tone for Indian domination and made 180 runs with opening partner KL Rahul, who scored 77.
India's Virat Kohli, who has won six of his eight games, plays his last group game against Sri Lanka in Leeds on Saturday.