Rohit Sharma led India from the front with a 20-ball 46* against Australia in the second T20I in Nagpur on Friday. The innings, which included four sixes and four fours, helped India chase down a 91-run target in just 7.2 overs and level the three-match series 1-1.
In a match that was reduced to eight-overs-a-side due to a wet outfield, Australia notched 90/5 batting first. But thanks to Rohit's brilliance, India had few problems in reaching the target.
The knock impressed former India captain Sunil Gavaskar, but he also pointed out the areas where the India skipper should be mindful. "What you saw with Rohit today was a measured approach.
It wasn't anything where he was looking to defend, but he was being a lot more selective. And look, when he is playing those flick shots or the swivel pull shots, he is very good at that.Read more on sports.ndtv.com