Sudarsan Pattnaik dedicates sand mural to Rohit Sharma’s ton against Pakistan

Puri: Globally acclaimed sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik dedicated a sculpture to Rohit Sharma’s brilliant century against arch-rivals Pakistan in their World Cup clash in Manchester on Sunday.
Taking to Twitter, Pattnaik, posted a congratulatory picture of his mural depicting a bat inscribed with “Wah Rohit Wah”.
The right-handed opening batsman took just 85 balls to reach the three-figure mark, which included nine boundaries and three maximums. Rohit also notched up his 24th ODI century.
Earlier in the tournament, Rohit played an unbeaten knock of 122 runs helping India start their World Cup campaign on a positive note. He followed it up by smashing a half-century against Australia. Rohit also became the first Indian batsman to score back to back ODI hundreds against Pakistan following his unbeaten 111 in Dubai in Asia Cup 2018.
Rohit Sharma became just the second Indian to hit a century against arch-rivals Pakistan in a World Cup match. Virat Kohli was the first Indian to score a century in a World Cup game against Pakistan in 2015.

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