India beat New Zealand by 8 wickets in the second ODI in Raipur to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3-ODI series. The heroes of India’s victory were Mohammed Shami and captain Rohit Sharma. Where Mohammed Shami took 3 wickets for 18 runs in 6 overs, with the help of Indian captain Rohit Sharma’s half-century, Team India achieved the target of victory by losing 2 wickets in 20.1 overs. Indian team captain Rohit Sharma played an inning of 51 runs in this match, during which he also hit amazing shots.

Rohit Sharma hugs Mohammed Shami after taking wicket

Rohit Sharma gave a great start to the team. He entertained the fans a lot with his half-century innings full of fours and sixes. At the same time, in the 10th over, when Rohit hit a brilliant six. Meanwhile, a small fan of Hitman entered the ground and ran fast and hugged Rohit. At the same time, the big-hearted Rohit Sharma did not remove him from himself, but the ground staff quickly removed that child.

Rohit Sharma showed generosity

A small fan hugged Rohit Sharma by entering the ground during a live match.

Indian team captain Rohit Sharma’s fan following is all over the world, which is not hidden from anyone. Rohit’s fan following was once again seen at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium in Raipur on Saturday between India and New Zealand. A fan breaks the security cordon and runs into the ground and hugs his favorite cricketer (Rohit Sharma). When this little fan came and hugged Rohit Sharma, the captain kept falling down.

A small fan entered the ground during the live match.

The viral video on social media is of the 10th over of the Indian innings. Actually, when the security guard caught that fan and started behaving strictly, Rohit Sharma said “Bachcha hai, jaane do…” after which the young fan was taken out of the ground. However, the video is becoming increasingly viral on social media. At the same time, the fans are constantly praising Rohit Sharma. Social media users are continuously giving their feedback on Rohit Sharma and are appreciating the spirit of the captain of Team India.

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