In an inspiring motion, Indian opener Rohit Sharma gave away a marked cap to an Indian fan after his went for six hit her during India's success over Bangladesh in the World Cup 2019 at Edgbaston. Sharma's 104 - his fourth century of the World Cup - helped India secure a semi-last spot after they guarded their aggregate of 314 for nine, beating Bangladesh by 28 runs. The assaulting opener crushed seven fours and five sixes during his 92-ball rush and one of his hits found the sad Indian fan in the group.
Sharma met the young lady, recognized as Meena, after the match to introduce a yellow signed cap.
She was smacked in the face by the ball when the supporter before her neglected to get it.
Sharma set the pace for India's control, putting on 180 keeps running with opening accomplice KL Rahul, who made 77.
Virat Kohli's India, who have won six of their eight matches, play their last gathering game against Sri Lanka in Leeds on Saturday.