HEADINGLEY: For someone who has three ODI double centuries and six scores of 150 and above in the format, not scoring a daddy hundred has left Rohit Sharma disappointed. Despite entering the record books as the man with the maximum centuries in a single edition of a World Cup, Rohit rued the fact that in the last three innings, he could not go on and get a big score. ALSO READ: Five-star Rohit, centurion Rahul leads India’s demolition of Sri Lanka

Rohit’s match-winning hundred against Sri Lanka on Saturday was his third consecutive century. Against England and Bangladesh, he had scored 102 and 104, getting out immediately after going past the 100-run mark. His earlier two centuries of the tournament – 140 against Pakistan and 122 vs South Africa had shades of a marathon knocks but neither was the kind of hundreds which Rohit, over the years has come to be known of.