India vs West Indies 4th ODI at Mumbai: Rohit Sharma took to the streets of Mumbai on Sunday to play cricket with locals ahead of the crucial 4th ODI. A makeshift traffic cone acting as the wicket and it will take you back to your childhood days for sure. He hit a short ball high up in the air and then turned back to share a joke as everyone present burst out laughing. He was wearing a half pant and a colourful T-shirt. He posted the video on his Facebook page and captioned it as, “Gully cricket kind of Sunday.” Also Read - Not MS Dhoni, Wasim Jaffer Names Rohit Sharma as Smartest Cricketing Brain 

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Earlier in the year, former batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar was also seen playing with local boys in the streets of Mumbai.



Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma has been in phenomenal form with the bat which has helped him make it back to the national side in whites as he got picked for the upcoming Australia Tests.

Last week, Rohit slammed a 152* in the first ODI against Windies in Guwahati and is currently the No 2 batsman in the world.

Rohit has so far scored 164 runs in the three games at an average of 82 and is the fourth highest run-scorer in the series behind Virat Kohli (404), Shai Hope (250) and Shimron Hetmyer (237).

The series is currently locked at 1-1 after Windies beat India by 43 runs in the 3rd ODI at Pune.

Meanwhile, India captain Virat Kohli has the chance of joining Kumar Sangakkara to a world record. Kohli currently has three consecutive ODI centuries to his name and he stands a chance of equalling Kumar Sangakkara’s record of four consecutive tons in ODI cricket. 140, 157* and 107 – all the three scores have come in the ongoing five-match ODI series against the Windies as he became the only Indian to slam three consecutive tons in ODI cricket.