Rohit Sharma plays first ODI at Wankhede Stadium





Updated: Sunday, October 25, 2015, 16:57 [IST]

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Mumbai, October 25: He made his ODI debut way back in 2007, but it took almost 8 years for Rohit Sharma to make his limited overs debut at the Wankhede Stadium.

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Mumbai’s local boy Rohit Sharma is playing his first match between India and South Africa.

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Rohit has played 6 ODIs in Karachi, Pakistan but this is the first time he is playing in front of his home crowd.

However, the right-handed batsman made his Test debut at the venue and scored a century in the first game. (T20I centurion Rohit Sharma joins Suresh Raina in India’s elite list)

Rohit, the captain of the IPL franchise Mumbai Indians, has played a lot of T20 matches at this ground.

Rohit is playing his 142nd ODI on Sunday (25 October).

Earlier in an interview with TOI, Rohit’s fiancee Ritika Sajdeh spoke about the personality of the talented Indian cricketer off the field and how he often handles all the criticism he is subjected to.

“Ro is a good man in a storm. He’s the kind of guy who will stand by you no matter what and that’s something I’ve always admired. He’s hilarious! He makes me laugh without even trying is,” she said. ,

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