Rohit Sharma, who starred in the fourth ODI against the West Indies with a stunning 162 asked the fans to cheer for India instead of praising his efforts.
During the run chase, Rohit, who was stationed near the boundary rope caught the attention of the spectators, who shouted ‘Rohit! Rohit!”.
In response, the Indian limited overs’ vice-captain signalled to fans the name of the country.
— Srivarma (@AA_Ro45) October 30, 2018
The stylish right-hander slammed his seventh 150+ score in ODI cricket as he and Ambati Raydudu shared a 211-run stand after skipper Virat Kohli fell for just 16 runs.
Couresty a crushing 224-run win, India now lead the five-match affair 2-1 with the fifth and final ODI scheduled to be played in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday.