Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, virtually guaranteed his place in the T20 World Cup with his blitzkrieg of 121 runs.
Rohit Sharma was unusually animated for the majority of Wednesday night.
Since Rohit had been coming off ducks in his two previous games, he was not amused when Virender Sharma signaled four leg-byes after Rohit had glanced Farid Malik for four first-balls in the opening over of the match.
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He became enraged when the same official, who was now positioned at square-leg, failed to call a no-ball on a full-toss from Karim Janat that was above waist height.
When Virat Kohli, under intense pressure to get rid of Najibullah Zadran, ran 25 yards to his right from long off to snaffle a steepling skier, he was jubilantly celebratory.
And when Mohammad Nabi and Rahmanullah Gurbaz ran two extra runs off the last delivery of the first Super Over, he was beside himself with rage.