Watch as MI Captain Rohit Sharma causes a fan's heart to skip a beat after forgetting to return the phone after being asked to take a selfie.
Rohit Sharma, the captain of the Mumbai Indians, had a wonderful day on Sunday as his team thrashed the Rajasthan Royals in an IPL match and he also celebrated his 36th birthday. Yashasvi Jaiswal picked up his first IPL century as RR recorded a mammoth total of 212/7 in 20 overs during the 1000th match of the season. After Tim David hit three straight sixes in Jason Holder's final over, MI was able to chase down the target with three balls and six wickets remaining.
Captain Rohit was removed for three runs by Sandeep Sharma throughout the game, failing to make an impression. This did not, however, prevent the Indian captain from greeting his supporters following MI's exciting victory. A fan gave Rohit his phone after the game so he could take a selfie. Without realising it, Rohit took the fan's phone with him as he walked to the dressing room after the selfie was taken.
The fan was alarmed by this and was heard saying, "Arrey Ro Bhai, dial that number. (Rohit Brother, at the very least return my phone." Thankfully, the MI skipper heard the fan and gave the man's things back.
Yashasvi Jaiswal, a gifted young player, failed to surpass her first century (124) as Mumbai Indians defeated Rajasthan Royals by six wickets in the final over with to three consecutive sixes from Tim David.
After deciding to bat, the 21-year-old Jaiswal hammered 124 off just 62 balls at a strike rate of 200 to lead the Royals to 212 for 7 by himself. His innings included 16 boundaries and 8 maximums.
With key contributions from Cameron Green (44) and Suryakumar Yadav (55 off 29 balls) in the middle, Mumbai Indians made a comeback. David and Tilak Varma (29 not out) then put an end to the game as the home team completed the goal with three balls remaining.
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As MI reached 214 for 4 in 19.3 overs to give captain Rohit Sharma a birthday present, David smashed three consecutive sixes off the first three deliveries of the final over bowled by Jason Holder.