Watch- VVS Laxman Hits A Bull-Eye With His Prediction For Rohit Sharma

Watch- VVS Laxman Hits A Bull-Eye With His Prediction For Rohit Sharma

VVS Laxman
VVS Laxman. Credit: PTI

Not only with the bat but also with the predictions, Laxman turns out to be very very special. The former Test specialist VVS Laxman has predicted a perfect score when Mayanti Langer asked him to pick Rohit Sharma’s overall tally in his first innings. And, guess what? It was exactly the same score when Rohit Sharma was dismissed.

VVS Laxman is always right – Aakash Chopra

During the chat with Mayanti Langer and Graeme Smith, VVS Laxman was asked to preduct the final score of Rohit Sharma, who already smashed a century to his name. Without any random thoughts, he picked 212. It was exactly the same number when Rohit Sharma was dismissed of Kagiso Rabada.

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Rohit Sharma, VVS Laxman
Rohit Sharma. Credit: BCCI

“How much will Rohit make Laxman?” she asked. Replying with the magical figure, Laxman came up with the exact same score and said: ”212”. Meanwhile, Aakash Chopra hails the prediction of VVS Laxman saying that he will always be right.

Rohit continued his sensational run with his third hundred of the series, powering India to a massive tally on the board after a top-order collapse in the third and final game against South Africa. His 6th Test century, which was converted to a maiden double century helped India to control the game once again.

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Rohit also managed to break Don Bradman’s record of highest average in Test cricket at home. The Indian Test opener across averages 99.84 in the longest format of the game. With Rohit scoring his first double century in the Test format, Kohli and Co. finished strong in their first innings are currently ahead of the game.

As far as the game is concerned the Indian National Cricket team has enforced follow-on for South Africa, who once again displayed a poor show on the display. Once again, the Indian fast-bowling department did the trick.


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