Rohit Sharma pounded his 25th ODI hundred in the World Cup experience against England on Sunday in Birmingham. In doing as such, he turned out to be just the subsequent Indian to pummel three hundreds out of a solitary version of a World Cup. Before Sharma, it was previous India skipper Sourav Ganguly who had accomplished a similar accomplishment in the 2003 World Cup. 

Sharma, who had score an unbeaten 123 against South Africa, and 140 against Pakistan, was expelled for 102 by Chris Woakes, as he edged a moderate conveyance back to Jos Buttler behind the stumps. 

Sharma likewise turned into the second Indian to score a ton against England in World Cup after Sachin Tendulkar, who had done likewise in 2011. 

By and large, this was Sharma's fourth hundred in World Cup competitions. 

Prior, Mohammed Shami enrolled his lady five-wicket pull as the hosts posted a mammoth aggregate of 338 on the board in the wake of winning the hurl and choosing for bat. 

India are at present unbeaten in the competition up until now, with five successes and an attract six recreations. The side need only one more win to book an elimination round spot.

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