Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne said youngsters can learn a lot from Rohit Sharma after the India opener became the first player to score five hundreds at a single Cricket World Cup as India eased to a seven-wicket win in their final group match at Headingley on Saturday.
“Every time he gets a start, he keeps scoring big runs. That’s what you want. He was fearless and he knows how he is going to get a hundred, and he has planned it really well,” Karunaratne said.
“At one time, he went to take a charge and chose what bowlers he wanted to respect. That is what I want for the youngsters. He is an ideal character to watch and learn something from him, if you keep batting and batting.”
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