Sharma, who is captaining the side in the second T20 global against Bangladesh in Rajkot on Thursday with Virat Kohli rested for the series, is leading a young Indian side with several veterans rested.
"I always knew that Rajkot is a good track [for batting], it was good to win the toss, to have the score in front, and later on with the dew coming in, we knew it will be slightly hard for bowlers in the end".
"Obviously, I think, it is a great-great opportunity, especially when you have already won the first game in the series, so it's a great opportunity and I think the boys are feeling energetic about it and hopefully we can put up a good show tomorrow", he said. I never underestimate the opposition, particularly the bowlers. all these years I have only tried to do my best when I have the bat in my hand. "I knew that an offspinner was bowling, and the wet ball was not going to turn, so my plan was to stand still and hit the ball without stepping out".
He is the only male Indian cricketer to play a century of T20 internationals and just the second worldwide, with Pakistan's Shoaib Malik having played 111.
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Rohit slammed 85 off 43 deliveries and his innings included six boundaries and maximums each.
Bangladesh registered their first T20I win over India in Delhi. However, Bangladesh were lucky enough as Rishabh Pant's stumping of Liton Das was ruled Not Out by the TV umpire.
Liton was finally run out by a direct throw from Pant while trying to steal a single after missing a googly from Chahal. It was the four consecutive fours in Ahmed's over in the first T20 that helped Mushfiqur Rahim take Bangladesh home. "Next time I'll check where the camera is (laughs)." said Rohit. "It will be a big achievement if we can win", said Mahmudullah. Some of the decisions in the previous and some of the on-field moments today, we were a bit sloppy.
"Chahal, we have seen over the years, has bowled in hard conditions and situations and somehow he has managed to get the team on top". The two teams will lock horns in the decider on Sunday, November 10 at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur.