Rohit Sharma, Harbhajan Singh
Rohit Sharma, Harbhajan Singh. Image Credits: Twitter

Star Indian opener Rohit Sharma was seen in a rather peculiar action on the field when he started bowling in the second session of Day 2 of the Chennai Test. Rohit Sharma was seen imitating former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh as he left everyone in splits, even the opposition skipper, Joe Root.

Root’s onslaught has helped the English team gain a massive score in the first innings of the Chennai Test match. Having won the toss on Friday, England have gone on to dominate the entire Test match so far. On the first day, Root and Dominic Sible played a couple of quality knocks as Root came into bat with the same form on Day 2.

Joe Root
Joe Root (Image Credit: Twitter)

Rohit Sharma Hilariously Imitates Harbhajan Singh As He Leaves Everyone In Splits

Indian opener Rohit Sharma was seen on the field in Chennai, trying his luck out with the ball after the regular Indian bowlers were all bashed and thrashed on Saturday. The English batsmen left no room for success for the Indian bowlers and they cruised through the Indian bowling line up.

Rohit Sharma Bowling
Rohit Sharma Bowling. Image Source: Twitter

However, a hilarious moment occurred when Rohit Sharma imitated former Indian off-spinner, Harbhajan Singh in his bowling action and left everyone in splits, even the English skipper Joe Root. Rohit’s bowling came to the foray after all other Indian bowlers couldn’t get a grip on the cruising English batting lineup.

Watch the video of the incident here:

England In Cruise Control At Tea On Day 2

England are in cruise control at Tea on Day 2 after they have managed to score 454 runs for the loss of just 4 wickets with 6 wickets in hand. Team India, on the other hand, looks in deep trouble as the Indian batting lineup should now set their eyes at a very big score going into the second innings.

Ben Stokes
Ben Stokes (Image Credit: Twitter)

Root and Ben Stokes began the proceedings for the English team on Day 2 and both the batsmen thrashed the Indian bowlers all over the MA Chidambaram Stadium. Stokes took the aggressive responsibilities as he scored runs in a flurry. Joe Root, on the other hand, kept the scoreboard ticking.

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