What is Hitman's anniversary gift for his wife?

[caption id="attachment_59802" align="aligncenter" width="580"]Rohit Sharma scored his third ODI double ton today. Image Source: ICC Rohit Sharma scored his third ODI double ton today. Image Source: ICC[/caption]

Internet Desk: India's star opener and stand-in captain Rohit Sharma scored his third ODI double century and also became the second highest run getter in an ODI as captain after legendary Indian batsman Virender Sehwag. Everyone is praising him for his blistering knock and after this performance with the bat the 'Hitman' romantically dedicated his feat to his beautiful wife Ritika Sajdeh on the grand occasion of their second marriage anniversary today.

"I'm happy my wife is here with me on this special day. I know she would have liked this gift from me. She has been my strength. She has always been there for me. You go through so much stress in this sport, and having them around is always special," Rohit said at the post-match press conference.

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"This is our second anniversary, but more than that, we won the game. We were determined to do the right things in the middle, and right till the end we did that. As a group, we are looking forward to Vizag," he said.

Rohit rose to the occasion when it mattered most as his record breaking third double hundred guided India to a series-levelling 141-run win against Sri Lanka in the second ODI.

Rohit smashed an unbeaten 208 off 153 balls to fire India to a mammoth 392 for four, a total that proved to be too much for Sri Lanka as the visitors ended way behind at 251 for 8 with Angelo Mathews' unbeaten 111 going in-vain.

While Rohit stole the show with another sensational knock, Shikhar Dhawan (68 off 67) and rookie Shreyas Iyer (88 off 70) played the supporting role to perfection.

India virtually batted Sri Lanka out of the game by posting the highest-total at this ground, surpassing the 351 for five South Africa made against Netherlands in 2011.

Rohit, captaining the side in his first full series, singlehandedly won the game for India with an innings that comprised as many as a dozen sixes and 13 fours.

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