Asia Cup 2018: India vs Hong Kong 4th ODI — Hong Kong lost their first wicket with the score on 174 when Anshuman Rath drove the ball straight to Rohit Sharma who was at covers off Kuldeep Yadav’s delivery. Chasing 286 to win, Hong Kong was on course before the wicket fell. India on the other hand, desperately needed that wicket to claw back into the match. The partnership between Nizakat Khan and Anshuman Rath was also the highest partnership for an associate nation against India. The opening partnership between Nizakat Khan and Anshuman Rath was also the 12th highest opening stand against India in ODI history.
But, what stole the show was not the catch of Rohit Sharma, but the expression on Ritika Sajdeh’s face.
Here is the video of it.
Shikhar Dhawan struck a hundred in familiar surroundings of white ball cricket on a flat deck as India scored 285 for seven against Hong Kong in their Asia Cup group league opener on Tuesday.
Left-handed Dhawan, who had a horrendous tour to England due to a serious technical deficiency on seaming tracks, cashed in on the chance against a weaker opposition on a low and slow continental pitch, smashing 127 off 120 balls.
At the time of filing the copy, Hong Kong was 192/3 in 40 overs. Hong Kong needs 93 off 60 balls.