WATCH: Rohit Sharma's furious reaction to error on giant screenLast updated on Nov 08, 2019, 02:18 pm
Hosts India came up with a dominating performance to tame visitors Bangladesh by eight wickets in the second T20I in Rajkot on Thursday.
While India produced an all-round performance, there was a moment during the match which got everyone talking on social media.
Moreover, it was skipper Rohit Sharma's reaction that stole the show.
Here is what happened.
Third umpire presses wrong button during run-out decision
It was during the 13th over when Soumya Sarkar was stumped by wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant, off a delivery from Yuzvendra Chahal.
As the decision was referred upstairs by the on-field umpires, third umpire Anil Chaudhary had conclusive evidence to rule it out.
However, when it came to displaying the decision on the giant screen, he pressed the wrong button of not out, before rectifying.
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Rohit looses cool initially before smiling it off
Following the initial howler by the third umpire, Rohit lost his cool and was visibly furious as he seemingly hurled abuses. However, as the error was immediately rectified, he brushed the incident aside with a smile, as Pant made fun out of him.
Rohit unhappy with third umpire's giant screen howler
Rohit 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/CDKGcJESzJ— Ghatta (@Kattehaiklu) November 7, 2019
How did the match pan out?
Bangladesh got off to a strong start (60/0) to impress largely.
From there on, India kept pegging Bangladesh back with regular scalps.
Chahal and Washington Sundar (1/25) tied things down.
Four Bangladeshi batsmen got starts, however, nobody capitalized.
In reply, India got off to a flier.
Rohit and Dhawan complimented each other well to set the base of the chase.
Some records scripted during the match
As for the records scripted during India's win:
- Rohit became the second player after Pakistan's Shoaib Malik to play 100 T20Is.
- He became the first batsman to surpass the 2,500-run mark in T20Is.
- He equaled Virat Kohli in terms of joint-most fifty-plus scores in T20Is (22).
- He, along with Shikhar Dhawan, stitched their fourth century-plus stand in T20Is.