Batsman Rohit Sharma welcomed plenty of praise, after leading India to a 57-run win - and three-two series triumph - in Saturday's series decider against Australia at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.
India opener Rohit Sharma's double century in the seventh ODI against Australia came off just 158 balls and featured a record-breaking 16 sixes, but he didn't set out to do anything other than keep his side in the game.
Australia all-rounder Shane Watson gave his team a huge scare on Saturday as he limped off the field during the seventh ODI against India in Bangalore, having picked up a hamstring injury.
Australia batting legend Adam Gilchrist has backed current ODI skipper George Bailey to claim a Test spot for the Ashes, and provide a solid presence in the somewhat unstable middle order.
India opener Rohit Sharma's record-breaking double century in Bangalore in Saturday saw the hosts win the seventh and final ODI against Australia by 57 runs, as India posted 383 for five, before the Aussies were all out for 326.
@shaunswindon - so you know for a fact that Flower will eventually go back to South Africa, and Duncan Fletcher also - gee what inside knowledge you have. Just for the record I haven't seen Alan Lamb,...Have Your Say