(Video) Robinson draws the curtains on Rohit’s hard-fought vigil

India had pinned their hopes of a revival in the lopsided Headingley Test on Rohit Sharma, and the opener measured up to the expectations with a 59 that was loaded with gumption. He adhered to the tried-and-tested virtues of sustenance in England by defending straight and picking the runs square of the wicket. Although Rohit would be kicking himself for not being able to convert the half-century into a daddy hundred, which would have been worth its weight in gold for the visitors.