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“The century drought is finally over,” Twitter reacts as Rohit Sharma smashes ODI ton after 3 long years

Rohit Sharma scored his 30th ODI ton.

Fans on Twitter erupted in joy after Indian skipper Rohit Sharma played a sensational knock in the dead rubber third ODI against New Zealand. They lauded the batter for his heroics and expressed their happiness batter ending his century drought after 3 longs years in ODI Cricket.

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Rohit Sharma smashes his 30th ODI ton 

India is currently taking on New Zealand in the final game of the three-match series. They were asked to bat first and skipper Rohit Sharma lit up the stadium with his elegant stroke play and sensational hitting, making fans go berserk at the stadium.

Rohit came out with an attacking mindset and after playing out the first over, he went all guns blazing and tonked New Zealand bowlers all over the park. The opening batter made a mockery of the bowlers and smashed them all over the park.

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Rohit looked classy and also showed his hitting power. He reached his half-century in just 41 balls. This was his second consecutive half-century as he smashed fifty in the last game as well. He, however, didn’t stop there as he then went on to score his hundred after almost 3 years ODIs.

Rohit also became the 3rd highest six-hitter in the history of ODIs. He scored 101 runs in just 85 balls and played with a strike rate of 118.92, smashing 9 fours and 6 sixes. This was his 30th ODI ton as he equalled Ricky Ponting in Most hundreds in ODI history.

Fans on Twitter react as Indian skipper Rohit Sharma smashes century in third ODI against New Zealand 

As Rohit Sharma smashes a century in the third ODI against New Zealand, fans on Twitter reacted to it. They hailed the batter as the best opener in the 50-over format and give some joyful reactions. Here are some of them:

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https://twitter.com/SubashMV5/status/1617821770282848256?s=20&t=zGX-vm8rpZEdnnR2_0aN_Q

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