Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma top-scored with an unbeaten 83 (AFP Photo)

After Friday’s facile win against Bangladesh in a Super Four clash of the Asia Cup 2018, India remain the only side in the tournament yet to be beaten. After being at the receiving end of a mighty scare against Hong Kong in their opening match, they have recorded dominating performances.

Afghanistan also entered the Super Four stage undefeated but lost to Pakistan by a close margin on Friday.

India sailed to a comfortable eight-wicket against Pakistan in a Group B match on Wednesday. And Rohit Sharma hopes his men will be able to boss over their rivals come Sunday when they clash again. “When everything goes to plan, it looks easy. We will go back and recover and come back fresh against Pakistan and try to replicate this performance,” Rohit said on Friday.

Ravindra Jadeja, playing in his first ODI in 14 months, made a memorable return, returning figures of 4/29 as Bangladesh were bowled out for 173.  While praising the left-arm spinner’s effort Rohit said it was a clinical team performance

“Jadeja, playing an ODI after a long time, to come out and bowl like that was a great effort from him. Great effort from everyone, I don’t want to single out anyone,” he said.

He further added, “It was a clinical performance from the start. We bowled very well and we always knew it was going to be better batting under the lights. Very good from everyone. It was important on a pitch like that to rotate the bowlers and now allow the batsmen to settle.”