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Watch As Rohit Sharma Calls Sarfaraz Khan A “Hero Nahi Banne Ka” for This Reason

<p>The captain of the Indian cricket team, Rohit Sharma, chastised teenager Sarfaraz Khan for not donning a helmet on Sunday during Day 3 of the fourth Test match between India and England in Ranchi. In an attempt to exert pressure on the batsman, Rohit asked Sarfaraz to field at silly point with Shoaib Bashir at the crease, but the fielder assumed his position without a helmet. “Aye bhai, hero nahi banne ka (hey brother, don’t be a hero here)” was Rohit’s rapid way of saying that he cannot field at such a perilous location without a helmet. Play quickly resumed, and the 12th man handed Sarfaraz a helmet.</p>
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<p>On the third day of the fourth Test, India knocked England out for 145, thanks to five wickets from Ravichandran Ashwin, setting up a 192-run chase to win the series.</p>
<p>India needed another 152 runs to win the five-Test series and their third consecutive match after reaching 40-0 at stumping.</p>
<p>Yashasvi Jaiswal was on 16 and skipper Rohit Sharma was undefeated on 24.</p>
<p>Prior to this, England’s best scorer, Zak Crawley, amassed a total of 60 runs, but the remainder of the batting collapsed against India’s spin attack, as Ashwin returned numbers of 5-51 and Kuldeep Yadav 4-22.</p>
<p>It was up to the bowlers to square the series and push it to a fifth-Test showdown in Dharamsala after England lost wickets often to complete their innings in the penultimate session.</p>
<p>After wicketkeeper Dhruv Jurel struck 90 in the morning session to cut the hosts’ deficit from 219-7 at the start of the day, India’s bowlers performed their job.</p>
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