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World Cup 2019: Rohit Sharma is the best batsman in tournament so far, says Kane Williamson

Mid-Day Monday, 8 July 2019 ()
As New Zealand and India get ready to lock horns in the first semi-final of the ongoing ICC Men's Cricket World Cup in Manchester on Tuesday, Kiwi skipper lauded Rohit Sharma and said the batsman has been the standout performer in the tournament so far.

Rohit has 647 runs in the tournament so far and the batsman has five...
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News video: Rohit smashes record for most centuries in one World Cup

Rohit smashes record for most centuries in one World Cup 01:04

Rohit Sharma became the batsman with the most number of centuries in a single World Cup when he slammed his fifth hundred of the ongoing edition against Sri Lanka in India's last group stage encounter at the Headingley Cricket Ground in Leeds on Saturday.

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