Angry Rohit Sharma’s Cap-Throwing Moment after Sarfaraz Khan’s Run out in Rajkot Test Goes Viral



Sarfaraz Khan made an impressive Test debut, scoring 62 runs, which included nine fours and a six. His half-century also matched Hardik Pandya’s Indian record for the quickest fifty on Test debut.

During the third Test match between India and England on February 15, Indian skipper Rohit Sharma reacted strongly in the dressing room after Sarfaraz Khan was run out at the non-striker’s end on Day 1. 

Ravindra Jadeja was on 99 when he hit the ball towards mid-on, looking for a quick single. Sarfaraz was almost at the middle of the pitch when Jadeja changed his mind, resulting in Sarfaraz being run out by Mark Wood’s direct hit from mid-on.

Rohit expressed his frustration by throwing his cap in reaction to the run out, which was caught on video and has gone viral on social media.

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The 26-year-old on his Test debut played an excellent innings of 62 runs, including nine fours and a six, equaling Hardik Pandya’s Indian record for the fastest fifty on Test debut.

Batters to smash fastest fifties (by balls faced) on Test debut for India:

Yuvraj of Patiala vs England, 1934 – 42 balls

Hardik Pandya vs Sri Lanka, 2017 – 48 balls

Sarfaraz Khan vs England, 2024 – 48 balls

Shikhar Dhawan vs Australia, 2013 – 50 balls

Prithvi Shaw vs West Indies, 2018 – 56 balls

Meanwhile, Rohit and Jadeja’s impressive centuries helped India reach 326 for five at stumps on day one of the third Test against England on February 15.