Rohit Sharma Century Puts India In Driver's Seat In 1st Test On Day 1
Rohit Sharma, opening the batting for the first time in Test cricket, smashed a century in the first Test and was unbeaten on 115 runs as India reached 202/0 at stumps on Day 1 against South Africa. Rohit's opening partner Mayank Agarwal also batted with great confidence and remained not out on 84 runs before rain forced the umpires to call it a day early.
India, who are eyeing their record 11th Test series win at home, won the toss and opted to bat against South Africa in Vizag. (All images courtesy: AFP)
Rohit Sharma scored a century opening the batting for the first time in Test cricket
Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agarwal both batted confidently and scored runs freely throughout the day.
Mayank Agarwal was not out on 84 runs when the umpires called an early stumps due to rain on Day 1.
Rohit Sharma dominated the South African bowlers and helped India reach 202/0 at stumps on Day 1.